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“Unexpected Illness Forces Last-Minute Cancellation of Green Day’s Electric Ballroom Show in Camden”
“Green Day Fans Left Disheartened as Band Abruptly Cancels London’s Electric Ballroom Appearance”
Green Day’s dedicated fan base experienced disappointment as the band abruptly canceled their scheduled performance at London’s Electric Ballroom on Friday night. Just one day after pleasantly surprising approximately 100 fans with an impromptu show at the Marquis pub in Covent Garden, the punk icons were expected to grace the stage at the Electric Ballroom in Camden. This occurrence was part of the band’s intimate Hella Tiny tour, and the 1200-capacity Electric Ballroom represented a notable departure from the larger venues they typically headline.
“Despite Fans Already Lining Up, Green Day Announces Abrupt Cancellation of Electric Ballroom Gig Through Social Media Post”
On X (formerly Twitter), they conveyed, “London, unfortunately tonight’s show has been cancelled due to an unexpected illness. We’re truly bummed about this and apologize for any inconvenience caused. Ticket refunds will be processed automatically next week. We’ll see you back again on The Saviors Tour if not sooner.”
Billie Joe Armstrong and the band recently unveiled “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” the first official release from their upcoming 14th studio album titled “Saviors.” The album, set to be released on January 19 via Reprise, features a cover photo taken during a 1978 riot in Belfast amid The Troubles.
Green Day is slated to embark on The Saviors Tour in support of the new album in 2024. Confirmed dates are listed below.