Was it something we said?
In the last couple weeks so many major acts have cancelled or postponed their shows here it feels like a conspiracy.
Ozzy Osbourne, Fleetwood Mac, Kansas, Rodriguez and now Morrissey — which due to his high rate of cancellations was a surprise to very few — has moved his show from this Thursday to Oct. 10 at the Jubilee Auditorium “due to a medical emergency stemming from an accident” while traveling in Europe.
Still no word from Fleetwood Mac about when their already-rescheduled show will be rescheduled, but Ozzy has been slated for July 7, 2020 at Rogers Place.
Sounds like a perfect excuse to check out some local music. Speaking of which …
The Aviary is throwing an emergency fundraiser after the venue at 9314 111 Ave. in Norwood was recently broken into and robbed.
According to co-owners Philip and Mark Muz on Instagram, “Last week we got our skylight broken and window smashed as thieves came in and stole all the money out of our till and took some product.”
They estimate about $4,000 in cash and damages.
“We’re totally frigged because of this. We’re throwing a break-in-fundraiser on Friday, April 19 to help recoup the cash and cost of damages. As well as upgrade our security. We’ve already barred all the windows and skylights. We need your help!”
So far on the bill are indie country band the Peddletones, Duophonics and Holy Drone Travellers.
The show is open for all budgets as admission is by donation.
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