TINIE TEMPAH SHOW AT GE OIL & GAS ARENA CANCELLED

TINIE TEMPAH SHOW AT GE OIL & GAS ARENA CANCELLED

 

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) would like to advise that the Tinie Tempah concert due to take place at the GE Oil & Gas Arena on 2nd December 2013 has been cancelled due to issues with the artist’s rehearsal schedule.

 

The official statement released by the Tour promoter is as follows:

 

Tinie Tempah has announced today that his UK tour, due to start next month, will be moving to March/April 2014. Due to issues with rehearsal schedule, Tinie and his team feel that despite their best efforts, they have not had the necessary time to put together a show that is of the quality Tinie’s fans have come to expect. Therefore, the decision has been made to postpone the dates until March/April 2014, to allow enough rehearsal time to create a mind-blowing, unmissable show.

 

Unfortunately, the shows that were due to take place in Aberdeen and Glasgow have had to be cancelled but Tinie promises something fantastic for his Scottish fans in Summer 2014.

 

Speaking on the rescheduling of his tour, Tinie commented

 

“Guys, I only think it’s right to tell you that after delivering Demonstration and working flat out trying to make an album you guys would be proud of, I feel I haven’t had enough time to prepare for the December Tour to make it the best it can be. So, myself and management have decided to postpone it so I have enough time to rehearse all the new songs and make this Tour even better than the last one. Apologies to everyone who was looking forward to it. Scotland crew, I have something massive for you in the summer too”. 

 

 

All tickets-holders will be entitled to a refund.  Ticketmaster will contact all their customers from today by email or phone to organise this.  For any queries please contact your point of purchase.

 

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For AECC information contact Sarah Coutts, Senior PR & Marketing Executive at AECC on (01224) 330430; email: scoutts@aecc.co.uk

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