TWISTED SISTER: London Show Cancelled
According to Ticketmaster, TWISTED SISTER's previously announced June 27 headlining show at the London Hammersmith Apollo — which was to feature HANOI ROCKS in the support slot — has been cancelled. No reason was given for the cancellation, although several fan postings on the official HANOI ROCKS forum seem to indicate that "poor ticket sales" may have played a part. It is also rumored that the London show may not be the only cancellation.
Remaining TWISTED SISTER tour dates:
Jun. 05 - Glasgow Academy - Glasgow, UK (w/ HANOI ROCKS)
Jun. 06 - Manchester Academy - Manchester, UK (w/ HANOI ROCKS)
Jun. 07 - Wolverhampton Civic - Wolverhampton, UK (w/ HANOI ROCKS)
Jun. 10 - Sauna Open Air Festival, Ratina - Tampere, FIN
Jun. 17 - Lorca Rock Festival – Lorca, SPA
Jun. 28 - Nottingham Rock City - Nottingham, UK (w/ HANOI ROCKS)
Jul. 08 - Quebec Int'l Summer Festival - Quebec City, CAN (w/ SCORPIONS)
Jul. 12 - Rockwave Festival - Athens, GRE
Jul. 28 - Rock Of Ages Twisted Forever Festival - Seebronn, GER
Aug. 19 - RagnaRock Open Air Festival - NOR
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