Cancelled Show

May 6th, 2007
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MCR Cancels Tonight’s Show In Portland, Maine

Due to continuing issues with their recent food poisoning, My Chemical Romance have to cancel tonight’s show in Portland, Maine. The band is really bummed and will do everything they can to make the show up.

MCR & Muse cancel dates

May 4th, 2007
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MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE AND MUSE FORCED TO CANCEL SHOWS ON CURRENT TOUR DUE TO SERIOUS ILLNESS FROM FOOD POISONING

My Chemical Romance and support act Muse deeply regret that they have had to cancel several dates on their current tour due to members of My Chemical Romance band and crew and members of Muse’s crew being struck with serious food poisoning.

The nationwide tour, supporting My Chemical Romance’s platinum album The Black Parade and Muse’s album, Black Holes and Revelations, was brought to a standstill on Sunday when several members of My Chemical Romance’s band and crew and members of Muse’s crew became violently ill after the show at William and Mary College in Williamsburg, VA. With multiple people scattered in hospitals between State College, PA and Columbus, OH, the bands were forced to cancel Sunday night’s show at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, PA and postpone the show in Columbus, OH from Tuesday, May 1st to Wednesday, May 2nd, provided everyone has recovered. The show originally scheduled for tomorrow night at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, PA has been cancelled.

My Chemical Romance and Muse would like their fans to know that they hope to resume the tour as soon as possible. Tickets for the April 29th Bryce Jordan and May 2nd Pittsburgh show will be refunded at point of purchase and My Chemical Romance hope to make it back there before the end of the year.

MCR cancels two shows

September 2nd, 2006
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LIFE KEEPS THROWING CURVEBALLS

We got some really bad news in the past 48 hours. As a result of complications with a previous injury, Bob ended up in the hospital with a staph infection. He’s being monitored all weekend and we want to be by his the side whole time.

Unfortunately, this means we can’t make this weekend’s shows in Allentown and Syracuse because we need to be there by his side. A lot of people suggested we used a different drummer, but we need to stay true to Bob and our band.

One of the major disappointments of this, other than seeing Bob in pain, is missing Taking Back Sunday and Circa Survive. Both of those bands are incredible and we hope they have an amazing show.

We are working on putting on other shows soon in those areas for free to try and make it up to you.

xoxo,
MCR