Poor ticket sales results in cancelled concert
While many downtown businesses welcome the return of the AHL to Mile One Centre, some area residents are less enthusiastic at the extra traffic the team may attract to the area. — Telegram file photo
Summer Blast 2012, scheduled to be held at Mile One Aug. 24, has been cancelled.
Artists like T-Pain, Far East Movement, Anjulie and DRU had planned to take the stage at the event, which was cancelled due to poor ticket sales, Mile One Centre has announced.
Anyone who has purchased a ticket will be able to get a refund in the next 30 days. Those who bought tickets with cash or debit can get their refund at the Mile One Centre box office, while those who bought them with a credit card will automatically receive their money back within the next few days.
Questions can be directed to the box office by calling (709) 576-7657.
“T-Pain, Far East Movement, Anjulie and DRU regret any inconvenience to fans that comes as a result of the cancellation,” a statement from Mile One read Tuesday.