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The View reschedule Nottingham gig after drunken cancellation
The View have announced that they have rescheduled a gig in Nottingham after frontman Kyle Falconer was too drunk to perform at the original scheduled date.

The Dundee band had been set to play a gig at the Bodega venue on October 24, but had to scrap the show because Falconer was too intoxicated to play.

The band have announced that they will instead play at the Nottingham Rescue Rooms on January 24 next year.

Ticketholders will have new tickets issued to them in January. Fans who want a refund are advised to return their tickets to point of purchase before November 30.

The View are currently on a UK tour. The remaining dates are:

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (4)
Milton Keynes Woughton Centre (5)
Colchester Arts Centre (6)
Stoke Sugarmill (7)
Norwich Arts Centre (9)
Sheffield Plug (10)
Carlisle Brickyard (11)
Glasgow King Tuts (12)
Middlesbrough Cornerhouse (16)
Leeds Faversham (17)
Liverpool Barfly (18)
Oxford Academy (19)
London Astoria (21)
Bristol Thekla (22)
Cardiff Point (23)
Leicester Charlotte (24)
York Duchess (26)
Aberdeen Lemon Tree (27)
Kirkcaldy Ocean (29)
Dundee Fat Sams (30)


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