DUBAI – Fans of former Eraserheads’ frontman Ely Buendia and alternative rock band Up Dharma Down will have to wait until next year after their upcoming Dubai concert was postponed, organiser Voice International said in an email statement on Monday (October 30).
The Filipino artists were scheduled to perform at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium on November 10.
“Due to unavoidable circumstances which is way beyond our control, we had to postpone the event to a future date in 2018,” Voice International said in an email statement.
“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause,” the organiser said.
Online tickets will be refunded by platinumlist directly. Those who have bought physical tickets can be refunded at Voice International Office, Call: 04238420.
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