Here’s every gig that got cancelled because of the blizzard
Mist and The Stranglers are among the acts that postponed shows
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The Beast of the East is terrorising the UK with cancelled flights, clogged roads, and destroyed gardens. The blizzard is also bad news for music fans, with live events cancelled across the country. As the snow chaos continues, here’s a rundown of the live events that have been cancelled and postponed.
Art pop quartet Django Django called off their show in Glasgow, which was due to take place on March 1. The band said on Twitter that they hoped to reschedule soon, explaining that “it's going to be impossible for you to travel to the show”. ‘The X Factor’ live show in Glasgow is another concert that has been called off. The show was also due to take place on March 1, with “the new date” to be announced “within 48 hours”, NME reports. A string of Irish dates by The Stranglers has also been called off. The rock band were due to perform in Dublin, Limerick and Belfast. A Mist concert in Glasgow has been re-arranged from March 2 to March 23.
Stay tuned for more snow-related news in the days to come.
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