Thursday, August 05, 2010

Neko Case cancels August dates, including Raleigh

Here's a big bummer. Neko Case was scheduled to play some solo shows in August, including a show at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh on Aug. 19, but the show and rest of her dates have now been canceled.

The NCMA statement says that the shows have been canceled due to Case's "overextended work schedule." You can't really argue with that considering she just wrapped a two-month tour with The New Pornographers. The NCMA hopes to book Case for their 2011 summer concert series, so that's something to look forward to.

Lost in the Trees, who were scheduled to open for Case in Raleigh, will play a free show at the Wallace Parking Deck in Chapel Hill on Thursday, Aug. 26, with Physics of Meaning.

You'll find the details about ticket refunds for the NCMA show below.
The North Carolina Museum of Art will refund all tickets purchased for the Neko Case concert at full price, including the processing fee. Refunds will be issued according to the original method of payment. Patrons who purchased tickets using a credit card should call the Box Office at (919) 715-5923 for the card to be credited. Patrons who paid by cash or check must return the physical tickets by mail or in person during regular business hours to the Box Office and will be refunded by an NCMA check mailed to the ticket buyer. Cash refunds are not available. If tickets are currently being held at Will Call, ticket buyers should call the Box Office for a refund to be issued.
Questions or concerns about refunds may be directed to the NCMA Box Office at (919) 715-5923.

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