Nine Inch Nails cancel October gigs

The band cite 'unforeseen technical issues'

Nine Inch Nails cancel October gigs
Nine Inch Nails have cancelled a handful of gigs in South America next month.

In a posting on their MySpace page, the band announced that they have been forced to change the date of one show and cancel three others due to "unforeseen technical issues".

Nine Inch Nails' October 15 show at the Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela has been moved up a week to October 8.

Tickets for the original show will be honoured at the new date.

The cancelled shows are:

Sao Paulo Via Funchal (October 7)
Porto Alegre Pepsi on Stage (9)
Bogota BIMA Mall (12)


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