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Friday, January 26, 2018

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club postpone tonight's Orlando show

Posted By on Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 11:59 AM

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have postponed their Orlando show – set for tonight at the Beacham downtown – until May.

A statement released by the band read: "Hey Guys, we’re very sorry to have to tell you that both Pete & Rob have been hit by the flu that’s been going around and, per doctor’s orders, we are forced to reschedule tomorrow night’s (January 26) show in Orlando, FL at The Beacham. The rescheduled date for the show is May 8th at the same venue. Tickets for tomorrow's show will be honored and those of you who can’t make it and desire a refund can receive one at point of purchase. We’re really sorry about this but the band doesn’t want to put on anything but their best show for you and, unfortunately, that isn’t possible without getting the rest the doctors have ordered."



Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will now play the Beacham on Tuesday, May 8 at 6 p.m. Tickets from the previous show will be honored, and tickets to this new show can be purchased here.

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