Asunción, Paraguay concert (Dec. 5) cancelled due to food poisioning - @ABCEspectaculos

Discussion in 'Tour' started by Anonymous, Dec 5, 2018.

By Anonymous on Dec 5, 2018 at 4:41 AM
  1. Anonymous

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    English translation:

    The #Morrissey concert @officialmoz in Paraguay is finally cancelled. Here, the statement released by the producer of the show:

    IT IS WITH GREAT SADNESS TO INFORM YOU THAT THE SHOW
    MORRISSEY PLANNED FOR THIS EVENING IN THE
    CONVENTION CENTER OF CONMEBOL,
    CANCELLED DUE TO A
    ESSENTIAL MEMBER OF THE BAND HAS
    CONTRACTED A FOOD POISONING.
    WE WILL TRY TO FIND A NEW DATE
    TO MORRISSEY AGAIN WITH ALL
    HIS FANS IN PARAGUAY.
    REFUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE
    FROM THURSDAY 6 TO 18 DECEMBER
    IN OFFICES G5PRO THE RIDE
    CARMELITES, FROM 9:00 TO 17:00 HOURS.
    WAITING FOR THE SPEEDY RECOVERY
    AND THE CONCERT IN BUENOS AIRES
    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT DIRECTV SAND
    IS PROGRESSING ACCORDING TO SCHEDULE.

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Discussion in 'Tour' started by Anonymous, Dec 5, 2018.

    1. countthree
      countthree
      Oh, I'm so sorry, poisoning brings horrible pain. Wish the poisoned that he recovers soon and without further consequences.

      Hope they can make it in Buenos Aires despite the very bad economic situation in the country. I don't have any idea about how ticket sales are going here (I don't know where Skinny gets that information), but anything is good if you consider that even food sales decreased in a very important way. In the last six months people here lost half of their shopping capacity thanks to the huge devaluation of currency (https://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-argentina-peso-20180901-story.html). Well, I just wish it can happen for the good of all.
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    2. Anonymous
      Anonymous

      if it was down to ticket sales, they wouldn't have travelled, you thick miscreant. But you keep posting your bile to promote your deluded agenda. Loner.
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    3. Harsh Truth
      Harsh Truth
      If ticket sales are to blame, folks here in the Northeast corridor of the USA are still awaiting last December's sold-out-yet-cancelled shows in Boston and Philadelphia to be somehow made up. Easier travel and less risk of food poisoning around here, too.
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    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Life is a prayer in that what you send out to others comes back to you tenfold.
      I wish the bandmember a speedy recovery and continued success to Morrissey' on the rest of the tour.
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    5. Peppermint
      Peppermint
      I have no view on whether it was sold out or not, but how can you possibly know how many tickets were sold by looking at the crowds?
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    6. [anon] Jealous Of Youth
      [anon] Jealous Of Youth
      The thing is, they probably had sold this gig out (or sold a respectable number of tickets) and someone probably does have food poisoning.
      But he/they have used that excuse too much and too recently for anyone to take it seriously. You can only 'cry wolf' so many times. I'll still buy tickets for European shows, buy the re-issues, sub-standard singles etc, but you can see how the casual audience just get sick of this shit.
    7. curious hair
      curious hair
      the show was sold out for everyone except for skinnys hate brain. food poisining from bad food.
    8. g23
      g23
      Do you know what the ticket sales were? I'm not pointing a bony accusatory finger at you, I'm just curious.
      I believe it if they were below 60% of capacity. Someone always comes down with the scoots or misplaces their passport, or just fucks off to the next town because screw the people who bought the tickets, since it's not worth it if the paycheck is too small.
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    9. Surface
      Surface
      Is that a fact of a belief? The web site for the Paraguay gig is still active and there were tickets still available at the time he cancelled, the next 3 gigs all have availability in nearly all sections, so it will be interesting to see what happens there?

      https://www.reduts.com.py/evento/morrissey-en-concierto

      https://www.puntoticket.com/morrissey
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    10. curious hair
      curious hair
      Resellers, it was sold out. :rolleyes:

      Wanting to be Skinny is no way to go thru life, son. Man up.
    11. katiamos
      katiamos
      I'm sure somebody is really sick
    12. g23
      g23
      A MESSAGE FROM MORRISSEY

      "It is with heavy hearts and a few words pulled from the fifty cent section of the thesaurus that we accept
      our very wordy and familiar fates. From the time we left America, Boz was farting like an old lawnmower full of watered down unleaded, coloring the proceedings with a black cloud and uncertainty. But we soldiered on, our gang of gangly brothers from another mother's aunt's sister's grandmother- resolute in our resolutions to resolve to resume our revenue refilling routine. By the time we got to Paraguay, it was apparent something was terribly wrong. It pains me to refund the money, but they say that I must, and so I do so, with a windy promise to return to the beloved left ventricle of my bottomless heart, Paraguay, and the right, Beunos Ares, and the other places too, and sing once again, prostrate from the prostate, not an excuse, but a song. Because there is a song that must be sung."

      -MORRISSEY, 7 DEC, 2018
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    13. Surface
      Surface
      Sorry to disappoint you but it’s the official ticket site for the venue but if you prefer to think otherwise feel free.
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    14. ACTON
      ACTON
      If the reason was food poisoning then Moz and his band are experienced enough to know how to carry on. The only 'essential' member is Morrissey. They could do a set with no Jesse, with no drums, etc. It would be a bit strange, but could be done. And it would give the audience a unique experience. Plenty of bands can figure it out when someone is unavailable and find a replacement, even if they need to mangle a few songs in the process. I think it is an unprofessional approach to cancel because of one musician being ill.
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    15. Halloway
      Halloway
      He needs to stop shaking the hands of all and sundry in the front row. Heaven knows how much infected faecal and mucal matter he must pick up from all those unwashed digits in the course of a show.
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    16. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      He used that excuse exactly one time 5 years ago. I wouldn't call that "too much" and "too recently", but opinions vary I guess.
    17. vegan.cro.spirit 222
      vegan.cro.spirit 222

      :rolleyes:

      'the fifty cent section of the thesaurus':straightface:

      maybe a Nobel is not in your future. o_O
    18. Try Anything Twice
      Try Anything Twice
      Got Delhi Belly in India and it was no joke. No matter how careful you are, it happens sometimes. I remember being in a mall in Bangkok and watching with horror as this toddler slid his hand down his rear cleavage and dug around for a while. He then jumped on the escalator and gripped the railing with said hand. It made me never want to touch a public surface ever again.
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    19. mcrickson
      mcrickson
      It's wild how accurate this is.

      It'd never happen. They're "blood-bubbas," remember? Fuck Alain in 2004 though, right? :lbf:
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    20. Peppermint
      Peppermint
      Genius :thumb:
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