Green Day have been forced to call off their latest gig since the weather has done it too vulnerable to perform.
Artist of the day 05/07: William.
The US rockers were set perform at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, Scotland, along with Rancid, Slaves and The Skids, on Jul 4, however, the promoters of the event, PCL Presents, have pronounced that the unison has been called off since it’s vulnerable for them to perform due to the downpours and winds of 11 miles per hour.
The rope expelled a matter observant it was their decision since ‘we don’t caring if it’s fucking raining sideways.’
They said: ‘Glasgow, we are very unhappy to report that the show currently at Bellahouston Park has been cancelled. The internal reserve council, prolongation crew, and unison organizers have deemed the theatre vulnerable for the fans and everybody involved. We are very distraught about this as we are in Glasgow now and were very much looking brazen to this show as one the highlights of the tour.
‘We have been personification in extreme weather conditions via this European tour, and the last thing we wish to do is see a show cancelled. We adore the Scottish fans and we don’t caring if its raining fucking sideways, nonetheless the reserve of the fans and the organisation is always the top priority. We adore you Scotland, we adore the city of Glasgow and it goes but observant that WE WILL BE BACK!
The organisers pronounced in matter on Twitter: ‘[1/2] We are contemptible to surprise you that due to inauspicious weather conditions it is no longer protected for the bands to perform on theatre and … [2/2] unfortunately today’s show will be cancelled. Tickets will be refunded from indicate of squeeze within 10 operative days. (sic).’
[2/2] unfortunately today’s show will be cancelled. Tickets will be refunded from indicate of squeeze within 10 operative days.
— PCL Presents (@PCLPresents) Jul 4, 2017
The group, consisting of Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool and Mike Dirnt, are nonetheless to issue their own matter per the axed event.
Saturday the contingent rocked their title container at British Summer Time Hyde Park in London.
Frontman Billie, 45, claimed they ‘don’t give a s**t about a curfew’ and ‘we’re going to play all night long, we competence even play into tomorrow who knows? No one is going to stop us.’
So two-and-a-half hours and a fibre of hits and two encores, the first of which featured American Idiot and Jesus of Suburbia, Green Day did eventually leave the theatre to rapturous applause.