Art Garfunkel concert for Mile One Centre cancelled

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Unicorn Promotions announced today that the Art Garfunkel concert, scheduled for July 11 at Mile One Centre, has been cancelled.
Patrons holding tickets for this event or the originally scheduled April 9 concert are eligible for refunds.
Refunds will be available beginning Monday, May 3, at the original point of purchase.
Deadline for refunds is Monday, May 31, 2010 at 5 p.m.
Unicorn Promotions apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.

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  • member of the 20%
    July 02, 2010 - 13:26

    The truth might be more about slow tickets sales that's making him sick. According to his official site, only original St. John's date and Halifax for April concerts incidate cancelled for the whole year. The July re-scheduled date doesnt even appear. Site lists 3 June concerts scheduled in New Jersey & Illinions; and July 7 in Atlanta, GA & July 9 in Bethesda, MD. That would leave only 1 day for personal travel and equipment, instruments, band, etc. It would be interesting to see if those dates are honoured. Me thinks Leo and NL ticket buyers were snookered again! And, for my 2 cents worth, I'd have thought long and hard before paying admission price to see him 30 years ago when he was at least part of theSimonGarfunkel duo.

  • Trev
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    I wonder why is there a such a short deadline to receive a refund?

  • Corey
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    Trev from nl because a percentage of people will miss it and they still make a profit. Common business practice. It's all about what you can get away with. Haven't you learned anything from the financial crisis ?

  • Saucy Face
    July 02, 2010 - 13:18

    His show was cancelled due to the fact that problem with his voice postponed the current entire Simon & Garfunkel tour until July durign the time he was supposed to play here. But talk is that while they hope his voice ailment will clear up, it may be permanent due to his age and he never be able to sing again. Too bad.

  • Melanie
    July 02, 2010 - 13:15

    Trev from nl wonders why is there a such a short deadline to receive a refund. - 28 days not enough huh Trev?

  • member of the 20%
    July 01, 2010 - 20:13

    The truth might be more about slow tickets sales that's making him sick. According to his official site, only original St. John's date and Halifax for April concerts incidate cancelled for the whole year. The July re-scheduled date doesnt even appear. Site lists 3 June concerts scheduled in New Jersey & Illinions; and July 7 in Atlanta, GA & July 9 in Bethesda, MD. That would leave only 1 day for personal travel and equipment, instruments, band, etc. It would be interesting to see if those dates are honoured. Me thinks Leo and NL ticket buyers were snookered again! And, for my 2 cents worth, I'd have thought long and hard before paying admission price to see him 30 years ago when he was at least part of theSimonGarfunkel duo.

  • Trev
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    I wonder why is there a such a short deadline to receive a refund?

  • Corey
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    Trev from nl because a percentage of people will miss it and they still make a profit. Common business practice. It's all about what you can get away with. Haven't you learned anything from the financial crisis ?

  • Saucy Face
    July 01, 2010 - 20:00

    His show was cancelled due to the fact that problem with his voice postponed the current entire Simon & Garfunkel tour until July durign the time he was supposed to play here. But talk is that while they hope his voice ailment will clear up, it may be permanent due to his age and he never be able to sing again. Too bad.

  • Melanie
    July 01, 2010 - 19:54

    Trev from nl wonders why is there a such a short deadline to receive a refund. - 28 days not enough huh Trev?