BLIND GUARDIAN Cancel Argentine Appearance

BLIND GUARDIAN have been forced to cancel their appearance in Buenos Aires, Argentina, originally scheduled to take place in early August, "due to the economical crisis the country is facing," according to frontman Hansi Kursch. "The promoter, who really tried everything to make it happen, is not able to keep up the date, because of the massive problems the crisis causes in connection to arrange a concert such as this. It is a pity. The band apologizes [for] the fact and will do everything possible to find a solution to play Buenos Aires in the nearer future, nevertheless."


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