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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (AU)

17. 5. 21O2 arena, Praha
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We regret to inform you that the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds European tour is cancelled.

„The complexity and scale of the tour we had planned, combined with the continued uncertainty around the pandemic means that despite the hard work of everyone involved we have not been able to guarantee that the shows can happen. We are continuing to work on alternative plans for 2021 and 2022 and hope to announce some better news next year. Sending love to you all. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds“

All tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase. Tickets bought online will be automatically refunded within a couple of days, if you bought the ticket in person, please return it at the original point of purchase. If there is any uncertainty about your ticket return feel free to contact your ticket provider directly: Ticketmaster (https://help.ticketmaster.cz/hc/cs/requests/new) and Ticketportal (help@ticketportal.cz).

Also please note this message from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. “We are continuing to work on alternative plans for 2021 and 2022 and would like all current ticket holders to be the first to know about any new live activity. If you want to be kept informed about future live shows and events, please follow this link: http://eepurl.com/hjDB2j.”

Formed after the breakup of the Birthday Party in 1983, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds became one of the most original and celebrated bands of the post-punk and alternative rock eras in the ’80s and onward. Playing music that meshed with the dark, multi-layered narratives of Cave’s lyrics, the Bad Seeds created sounds that were physically and emotionally powerful, but with a sense of dynamics and drama that set them apart from their peers. While plenty of musicians would move in and out of the Bad Seeds’ lineup over the years, throughout their history they were always a musical force as powerful as their leader.

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