AEROSMITH: Maui Concert Cancellation Explained
Gary C.W. Chun of StarBulletin.com reports: AEROSMITH canceled their only public concert in Hawaii — Wednesday on Maui — for logistical reasons, although a private concert on Oahu three days later will go on.
Because a tour date Monday in Chicago was rescheduled, "it is not logistically possible for the band's equipment to make it to Hawaii in time for the scheduled Maui show," AEROSMITH's management said in a statement yesterday afternoon. "The band would like to apologize for this inconvenience to their fans."
Co-promoter Tom Moffatt said he learned of the rescheduled Chicago concert just as the Maui concert was selling out. It had broken all previous box office records for a Maui concert.
Now the best local AEROSMITH fans can do will be to get within hearing distance of Les Murakami Stadium at the University of Hawaii-Manoa Sept. 29, when the band plays for a Toyota corporate gathering of dealers from all across the country.
Read more at StarBulletin.com.
Watch an KGMB 9 (Hawaii CBS affiliate) TV update on the AEROSMITH Maui concert cancellation:
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