Erasure's sold-out gig at Dublin's Olympia Theatre tonight has been postponed until March due to illness.
Fans of the 80s electro-pop group, made up of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell, have been left disappointed after it was announced that the concert would not be going ahead.
The A little Respect duo were forced to cancel as Bell is battling a throat infection, but they assured fans that tomorrow and Wednesday's gigs are expected to go ahead.
We have to announce that due to illness tonight’s Erasure show in Dublin cannot go ahead. All tickets for tonight’s concert will remain valid for a rescheduled date on 13th March. Andy and Vince are devastated to do this, and at such short notice. Details: https://t.co/otJxHPrWln pic.twitter.com/jX4H30XHBd— Erasure (Official) (@erasureinfo) January 29, 2018
A press release from MCD, read: "Unfortunately, due to illness tonight’s sold out Erasure concert at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre has been postponed until 13th March 2018
"All tickets for tonight’s concert will remain valid for their rescheduled date on 13th March 2018.
"Tomorrow night’s concert Tuesday 30th & Wednesday 31st January 2018 show are currently scheduled to go ahead as planned.
"A further update will be issued 12 noon tomorrow.
"Erasure and MCD apologise for the inconvenience caused."
***ANNOUNCEMENT ***— MCD Productions (@mcd_productions) January 29, 2018
Tonight's Erasure concert in Dublin's Olympia Theatre has been postponed due to illness. Official statement below.@erasureinfo @olympiatheatre@TicketmasterIre pic.twitter.com/ZJqQX5wxxx
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