Emma Blackery’s European tour has been postponed until October.
Musician Emma recently took to Twitter to share the unfortunate news that her European tour has been postponed until October, due to delays in recording her album.
European tour postponed until October.
I am BEYOND gutted (and I share your frustration) that this has happened. This entire situation is unfortunately out of my hands.
For all enquiries please contact your ticket provider. @freefocusmgmt are also on hand to help. I’m so sorry. pic.twitter.com/x2OLVmY41m
— Emma Blackery (@emmablackery) February 12, 2018
Emma previously announced the tour in November 2017, and it was set to begin in March 2018.
In a tweet, Emma explained: “This wasn’t my decision, and I hate letting you down. I LOATHE the thought of any of you being inconvenienced by this. I’m so upset and I’m handing this over to people who can fix this for you”.
Emma’s fans have tweeted their support of the decision made by the artist and her team:
It’s okay Emma please don’t worry. Things like this happen. People will still love and support you no matter what, because we know how important your music is to you so we know just how this will feel for you. I’m really looking forward to the album. I love you Emma
— lauren :) (@aestheticdjh) February 12, 2018
dude don’t beat yourself up about it, these things happen and that’s perfectly fine. personally i‘ve waited 5 years to finally see you, what’s a few more months? until then, take care of yourself and keep making rad tunes 🖤
— resa (@everfadingspark) February 12, 2018
I’m sorry this has happened to you and everyone who bought a ticket, but i’m sure it will be the time of your life when it comes. 💕💖
— meli boo – thirst tweet au (@flirtjins) February 12, 2018
Emma later addressed the situation further in a video, explaining that it was “because we are not as far ahead with the recordings as everyone thought we’d be.
“I’m just gutted, just completely gutted, because I feel like I’ve just let down hundreds of people,” she went on to add. “People who give a shit. People who wanted to come out and have a great time. People who have waited so long for me to do a Europe tour and now it’s out of their grasp again, and there’s nothing I can do about it.”
Tickets for the new dates can be purchased via MyTicket.
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