Due to a shoulder injury suffered earlier this year by the band’s Patrick Carney, The Black Keys have been forced to cancel all upcoming European dates on their ‘Turn Blue’ tour.
Original dates will not be rescheduled - instead all tickets will be refunded at their original point of purchase.
“We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10. Patrick needs time to heal. We thank all of our fans for their support and we’re looking forward to getting back on the road,” say the band.
Crossed-out shows include London’s O2 Arena and dates in Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham.
16 Zurich, Hallenstadion
17 Milan, Mediolanum Forum
19 Munich, Zenith
20 Berlin, Max-Schmeling-Halle
21 Warsaw, Torwar
23 Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
24 Antwerp, Sportpaleis
25 Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle
27 Manchester, Phones 4U Arena
28 Birmingham, LG Arena
01 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
03 London, O2 Arena
04 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
05 Leeds, First Direct Arena
07 Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
09 Paris, Zenith
10 Paris, Zenith
The Black Keys’ world tour resumes this April, at Australia’s Brisbane Riverstage. The band go on to play Primavera Sound (28th May). Their next UK date is at Isle of Wight Festival, 12th June.
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