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North America Has To Wait Until 2008 For The Cure

By KJ Mullins     Aug 26, 2007 in Entertainment
The Cure has canceled the North American section of their world tour. There were planned stops in Montreal and Toronto. The band claims it will perform make up dates in 2008.
"The schedule as it stands only gives us a couple of weeks to finish our new double album before we hit the road again, and we know this just isn't enough time to complete the project to our total satisfaction," said an announcement posted Friday on the band's website.
The concert in Toronto had been set for Sept. 27 at Toronto's Air Canada Centre according to
Refunds can be obtained at point of purchase locations.
The band is planning on a totally revamped concert performance in 2008 that will include new songs. The Cure from Sussex, England has been in the music picture since 1976 when the New Wave movement started. It's members include Robert Smith, Porl Thompson, Simon Gallup and Jason Cooper.
The band asked fans to be patient and offered "genuine apologies to anyone who is upset by this announcement — please be encouraged by our promise: The Spring 2008 Cure shows will be even better than the Fall 2007 ones would have been!!!"
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