The Doobie Brothers have cancelled their shows on the Las Vegas Strip this month, and are regrouping in November.
Band members Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons and John McFee announced Wednesday morning they have rescheduled their remaining February performances at The Venetian Theatre, moving them to Nov. 11, 13, 14, 18, 20 and 21. Once again, an illness to a band member is the reason for the spiked shows. Illness has been cited for the band’s previously canceled shows this month.
The Doobies were to have performed Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. All six cancelled shows were sold out.
Residency promoter Live Nation announced that refunds for the previously announced dates will be available at their original point of purchase. Ticket holders can purchase new tickets for any future date through Ticketmaster.com or any Venetian box office.
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