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Morrissey cancela gira sudamericana

Morrissey cancela gira sudamericana

Ya no es sólo un país: el británico Morrissey anunció la cancelación definitiva de todas sus fechas en el continente, que incluían Brasil, Argentina y Chile.

A través del sitio web True to You, Moz publicó la noticia citando problemas de transporte imposibles de solucionar y ofreció disculpas a sus fans sudamericanos, consciente de todos los percances que tuvo este tour en las últimas semanas. “Mis disculpas ahora son tan frecuentes que llegan a ser algo ridículas, y soy yo quien se disculpa porque nadie más se da la molestia de hacerlo”.

La devolución de entradas para sus siete shows en Chile comenzó el 12 de julio y puedes encontrar más detalles al respecto en este enlace. A continuación te dejamos la nota completa que apareció en línea.


If I by chance your eye offend you

I am informed today that the projected tour of South America is snuffed out, thus euthanized – due, I’m reliably advised, to lack of funding. It’s quite easy to sell tickets, yet impossible to transport band and crew from F to G.
In a year when far too many disappointments have been buried this really is the last of many final straws, and I am not alone in feeling this. The future is suddenly absent, and my apologies are now so frequent as to be somewhat ridiculous, and it is I who apologize because no one else would bother. It is agonizing to be responsible for imparting such news – especially when it springs upon me unexpectedly and inexplicably. But the collapse of South America rings the curtain down with a colossal thud, and the major problems remain as insoluble now as they were in 2009. The obvious conclusion stares back at me from the mirror, and the wheels are finally off the covered wagon. Cancellations and illness have sucked the life out of all of us, and the only sensible solution seems to be the art of doing nothing.
As always I ask your pardon, and I offer pangs of overwhelming love and gratitude to the band and the crew, whose loyalty stretched above and beyond.

I shall see you in my dreams,
19 July 2013, Los Angeles