Frankie And The Heartstrings forced to cancel Wimbledon show tonight (May 15)

'Various logistical issues' mean the band's gig at Henry J Beans is off

Frankie And The Heartstrings have been forced to cancel their gig at Henry J Beans in Wimbledon tonight (May 15) due to “various logistical issues beyond their control.”

The band, who played The Great Escape festival in Brighton last night (May 14), posted the news on their Twitter account this lunchtime.

The band wrote on “We’re very sorry, but the Wimbledon show tonight has been cancelled. This is due to various logistical issues beyond our control. We hate cancelling shows so accept our massive apologies that this has happened.”


The Sunderland quintet have said that refunds will be available for those with tickets from their point of purchase, but have not said that they have any plans to reschedule the gig.

The band’s gig at Wrexham Central Station will ahead go as planned tomorrow night (May 16). The band are also set to play Liverpool Sound City festival next week.

To check the availability of Frankie And The Heartstrings tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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