The Nashville Symphony has announced that The Cranberries’ Something Else Tour performance, originally scheduled for Monday, September 11, 2017 at 7:30 p.m., has been CANCELLED. Please update all media and calendar event listings to reflect this cancellation.
Official Statement from The Cranberries:
“The outpouring of support The Cranberries have received from fans and followers during the past several months is greatly appreciated. Unfortunately Dolores O’Riordan’s recovery from her ongoing back problem which forced the cancellation of most of the band’s European tour this summer has not been going as well as expected to such extent that her doctors have now instructed her to cancel her upcoming almost sold out tour of North America with the band. Dolores and the band are very disappointed that it has come to this and send their sincere apologies to all fans and ticket holders, and hope to see you all again in the future when Dolores is well again. All of the band’s shows in North America from September 11th to October 6th have been cancelled.”
Individuals who purchased tickets to these performances have the following options:
- Exchange the value of your tickets directly into another Nashville Symphony-presented concert happening between now and July 31, 2018. You may also put the value of your tickets on your Nashville Symphony customer account; the credit may be applied toward another Nashville Symphony-presented concert between now and July 31, 2018.
- Donatethe value of your tickets back to the Nashville Symphony as a tax-deductible donation. We thank you in advance for supporting our mission.
- Receive a full refundof the value of your tickets.
For assistance on all exchanges and refunds, please contact the Nashville Symphony Box Office:
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NOTE: If you purchased tickets to this concert from Ticketmaster or any seller other than the Nashville Symphony, you must go to your original point of purchase, not the Nashville Symphony, to request a refund.
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