Floods postpone Red Hot Summer Tour

March 31, 2017

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CYCLONE DEBBIE that hit the coastal towns of North Queensland this week has continued to cause destruction and flooding along southern Queensland and into Northern New South Wales with many townships and suburbs, including the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and the Gold Coast, completely water-logged.

The devastation has not only closed businesses and kept children from attending schools but it has also seen many long-awaited events such as the Red Hot Summer Tour at Jacobs Well unable to be held. However, music lovers should not despair as the event has been rescheduled to be held on April 29 and current tickets will be valid on the new date.

On With the Show received the following advice today:

The RED HOT SUMMER TOUR show at Jacobs Well, scheduled for Saturday April 1, has been postponed due to rising floodwaters. The show has been rescheduled to Saturday April 29, 2017 with the same line-up – ICEHOUSE, James Reyne, Daryl Braithwaite, Shannon Noll, Dragon & Pseudo Echo – with the same performance times.

Promoter Duane McDonald, working under the advice of emergency services, said due to rising floodwaters and evacuations in the immediate and surrounding areas, the show cannot proceed.

“Road closures due to flooding are in place with waters expected to rise over the next 48 hours,” he says.

“It is unsafe for the event to proceed and our first priority is the safety of our audiences attending. We hope everyone stays safe. We thank everyone for their understanding and look forward to seeing them all on April 29.”

Tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date on April 29. Any ticketholders who are unable to attend the new date will need to return their tickets to the point of purchase by 5pm, Friday April 7 for a full refund.

The Red Hot Summer Tour will be held at Harrigans Drift Inn, Jacobs Well.

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