Sick of it All Reschedules Canceled Webster Hall Show Without Cro-Mags

Posted on: August 21st, 2012 at 10:49 am by
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Moments after Harley Flanagan went on a stabbing spree during the CBGB Festival at Webster Hall (and subsequently beat to a pulp), just as the house lights sparked to life, Cro-Mags lead singer John “Bloodclot” Joseph and hardcore headliner Sick of it All both promised to return for the fans. Come Friday, September 7, half of that promise will be fulfilled.

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Photo by Dave Gustav

A recent listing at Ticketweb confirms the news with the caveat that, “due to the unfortunate events that resulted in the postponement, the Cro-Mags will not be playing.” The rescheduled performance by Sick of it All is a 16+ show, and will include supporting acts CIV, Stigma, and Backtrack.

Sick of it All is psyched to announce the rescheduled date for the missed performance on July 6th.

On September 7th, we’ll be joined by our good friends and New York Hardcore legends CIV, at Webster Hall with very special guests.

Due to the unfortunate events that resulted in the postponement, the Cro-Mags will not be playing.

All previously purchased tickets from the July 6th show will be honored as “willcall list tickets” and may be picked up at the door night of show, so you do not need to bring your original ticket, just your ID.

 

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