Following the recent tragic events in Paris that took place a few days ago (November 13th 2015), Buffalo based quintet Every Time I Die have made an announcement on their official Facebook page, stating their decision to postpone their upcoming shows in Europe and the UK. You can read the full statement that was made by the band below: “In light of current world events we have decided to postpone some of our upcoming shows in order to be with our families back at home. If you had planned to come see us, we are incredibly sorry for disappointing you. Londoners, the tickets you have purchased for this week will be honored on the new dates so please hold onto them, though refunds will be available if you cannot make it. To the people of Birmingham and Reykjavik, we sadly cannot make these exact club shows happen. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Please bear with us for the moment. These are strange times. ETID.” Any news regarding any rescheduled dates will be confirmed as and when they develop.
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