Public Service Broadcasting postpone Edinburgh gig

Public Service Broadcasting have announced the postponement of the first five dates of their UK tour – including their gig at Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall on Tuesday, November 17.

In a statement, the band said, “We’re very sorry to have to announce that the first 5 dates of the tour (Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham and Norwich) have been postponed until February next year due to personal, family health reasons. The final 3 dates – Cardiff, Southampton and London – will go ahead as planned.

“Tickets will still be valid for all rescheduled shows, and if you are unable to make the new show date you can contact your point of purchase (e.g. Seetickets, Musicglue, AXS or the venue) for a refund.

“We apologise wholeheartedly for any inconvenience caused. In the past 3 years of intensive touring and 350+ shows we haven’t cancelled or postponed a single gig, and doing so this time is not a decision we have taken lightly. For us, though, just as we’re sure for all of you, family comes first, and we don’t feel able to fulfil the first week of dates given our current circumstances.”

The affected shows will now take place on the following dates:

Sunday 7 February – Leeds, Refectory
Monday 8 February – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall – Sold Out
Wednesday 10 February – Liverpool, O2 Academy
Thursday 11 February – Nottingham, Rock City
Friday 12 February – Norwich, OPEN