Nazareth's upcoming Nelson stop has been cancelled.

Nazareth’s Nelson show cancelled

Nazareth's upcoming show at the Nelson and District Community Complex has been cancelled.

A series of unfortunate events has lead to the cancellation of the Nazareth and Headpins concert at the Nelson and District Community Complex arena on Tuesday July 10.

A lack of interest in ticket sales and unseen big expenses to host the concert has force the show to be cancelled.

Ticket buyers can take their tickets to the ticket outlet at Phoenix Computers for the exchange for the Saturday, October 13 concert with Canada’s most authentic Pink Floyd tribute Pigs with special guests openers: Kytami violinist formerly with Delhi 2 Dublin and Spaceport Union. Or on Thursday, November 1 bring your ticket into the ticket outlet at Phoenix Computers for a full money refund, as the legal timeline will be ended by November 1.

The promoters are very sorry for this inconvience to the ticket buyers.


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