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Killers gig postponed after terrorist threat

Amsterdam show falls foul of bomb threats

The Killers' scheduled show at the Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall last night (March 12) was postponed following a terrorist threat in the Dutch city.
On Wednesday (March 11) Amsterdam police received a phone call tip-off warning that an explosive attack was set to take place, giving details of those suspected of plotting the attack, prompting the gig cancellation.
Six men and a woman were later arrested on charges of preparing an attack, reports Pollstar.com.
Amsterdam mayor Job Cohen said: "It wasn't a regular bomb warning, but a warning of a planned action aimed at creating casualties in shops."
The
show has been rescheduled for May 29. Original tickets remain valid.

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