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Cranberries cancel Monaco gig

Cranberries cancel Monaco gig

By Staff Writer - June 20, 2017

Photo: Facebook The Cranberries
Photo: Facebook The Cranberries

The Cranberries show planned for August 8 at the Salle des Étoiles has been cancelled due to illness.

Lead singer Dolores O’Riordan, 45, is still recovering from back problems and her 14 summer concerts across Europe, including France and Monaco, will not take place, her agency confirmed online, adding “We are very sorry for all and any inconvenience and disappointment that this causes our fans, the decision has not been taken lightly but Dolores’ health is paramount.”

The Cranberries added: “It’s with a heavy heart that we had to cancel those concerts. Dolores is getting better. However we cannot stop her from recovering fully. Taking the road to share our music with our audience has been wonderful and we hope to meet you as soon as possible.”

Tickets can be reimbursed only at the point of sale where they were purchased.

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