RAPPER Dave has left fans furious after he changed his Glasgow and Newcastle dates to accommodate the London shows ruined by Storm Eunice.
The 23-year-old rapper made a statement to fans on social media after the roof of a London concert hall was damaged during a storm.
The musician told angry fans that O2’s original dates have now been moved to Monday, February 28 and Tuesday, March 1.
The move means the dates for the artist’s shows in Glasgow and Newcastle have been changed.
The Newcastle show at the Utilita Arena will now take place on March 5th and the Glasgow show at the Hydro on March 7th.
Breaking the news to fans, the rapper wrote: “The O2 Arena shows have been rescheduled to February 28th and March 1st, while the Newcastle and Glasgow shows have been rescheduled to Saturday March 5th (Newcastle) and Monday March 7th. March (Glasgow).
He apologized, saying, “I’m truly sorry I had to reschedule those dates.”
Angry fans were left furious and penniless after taking a vacation and booking flights and hotels for concerts, only to have them changed at the last minute.
Dave continued to apologize to the fans, adding: To everyone in Newcastle and Glasgow, I want to say again that I’m so sorry, we literally tried everything, but it was out of our control and it was the only way to play shows on the tour.
“I will do my best to make amends with you, but for now, all I can do is apologize at the level.”
Although fans took to social media in response to the tweet to express their anger.
One angry fan responded, “How are you going to make up, we can’t go anymore and the money spent on trains and hotels for the first date has already been spent and can’t be returned.”
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Another angry person said, “So irritated!! Had tickets for a Saturday show in Newcastle, booked train and hotel tickets for a few nights and now have to cancel without a refund because it’s literally 4 days away. Shocking.”
A third furiously wrote: “No, it’s a crazy short time. The train and hotel were booked. Can’t get a refund for any of this, and can’t set new dates. What a joke, a good few hundred pounds on the subway.”
The devastating news has caused many fans to ask the artist for refunds on tickets they can’t use and have seen more offers to sell them in an attempt to get their money back.
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