Desaparecidos cancel show at the Social, the Fest and rest of U.S. tour

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According to a statement from the band, Desaparecidos must cancel the rest of their U.S. tour due to Conor Oberst falling sick at Desaparecidos' Jacksonville date. This includes the concert scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Social. All tickets will be refunded. Here's the statement: 

"Desaparecidos has been forced to cancel the remainder of their US tour dates. Conor Oberst fell ill while on tour in Jacksonville, Florida and was briefly hospitalized due to laryngitis, anxiety, and exhaustion. In consultation with his doctors, the band has reluctantly agreed to cancel all scheduled live dates. Conor will be heading home to Omaha to recuperate. We wish him a speedy recovery.

All affected dates below. Refunds available at point of purchase.



DESAPARECIDOS:

10-28​ The Orpheum​ - Ybor City, FL​
10-29​ The Social - Orlando, FL​
10-30​ THE FEST- Gainesville, FL​
11-01​ Vinyl Music Hall - Pensacola, FL​
11-02​ Proud Larry's - Oxford, MS​
11-03​ The Republic - New Orleans, LA​
11-05​ Numbers - Houston, TX​
11-06​ Trees - Dallas, TX​
11-07​ Fun Fun Fun Fest - Austin, TX​
11-09​ Tricky Falls - El Paso, TX​
11-10​ The Pressroom - Phoenix, AZ​ - Florence Project Fundraiser with Tom Morello & The SoSo Glos
11-11​ Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, CA​
11-12​ The Teragram Ballroom - Los Angeles, CA​
11-13​ The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA​
11-14​ Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA​
11-15​ Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA​
11-17​ Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR​
11-18​ Showbox - Seattle, WA​
11-20​ The Depot - Salt Lake City, UT​
11-21​ Boulder Theater - Boulder, CO​
11-22​ O'Leavers - Omaha, NE"

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