Cummings concert cancelled again

According to a Facebook post from High Tide Entertainment, the reschedule April date "no longer can work out with routing."

The Burton Cummings concert on April 27 at the Clarke Theatre has been cancelled.

According to a Facebook post from High Tide Entertainment, the company bringing Cummings to Mission, the reschedule April date “no longer can work out with routing.”

The company is working on another date, and hopes an announcement will be made later this year. All tickets that were purchased for the original concert in March will be refunded.

Cummings was scheduled to perform at in Mission on March 18 as part of his In Your Backyard Tour, but the show was cancelled because the singer was suffering from laryngitis.

Cummings fans weren’t informed about the cancellation until after the performance of his opening band, WiL.

Representatives from High Tide Entertainment could not be reached for comment.


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