Morrissey pulls Salisbury show

Singer is under doctor's orders

Morrissey has been forced to postpone another show due to illness.

The singer was recently forced to cancel two dates in Birmingham and London but seemed to be on the mend when he made his return to Manchester for a homecoming show on Friday (May 22).

But under doctor’s orders, he has been forced to cancel a show at Salisbury City Hall tomorrow (May 25).


A statement from the promoters added: “Event organisers would like to apologise to fans for the disappointment and are working to reschedule this show, so advise ticket holders to hang on to their tickets.”

As previously reported on NME.COM, Morrissey has since rescheduled his dates at Birmingham Symphony Hall and London Royal Albert Hall for later in the year.


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