JUDAS PRIEST: Unable To Reschedule Polish Gig
JUDAS PRIEST Management Co-Ordinator Jayne Andrews has issued the following update regarding the group's recently postponed Polish date:
"Unfortunately, we will not be able to reschedule our show (which was cancelled by the Polish government due to the death of the Pope) in Katowice at the end of this leg of the tour — due to prior commitments this really isn't possible. We are very disappointed that this show had to be postponed but totally understand that this was done out of respect to the Pope but will definitely come back just as soon as we can!! Once we have a confirmed date we will announce it here on our website!!"
JUDAS PRIESTQUEENSRŸCHE on June 1 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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