With the amount of jetting around the place that I do, it’s inevitable that every now and again there’ll be a fuck-up. That doesn’t stop them being mortifying when they do happen, but they are, to a degree, inevitable once in a while. When they do happen, my team and I work around the clock to set the situation straight and try and make everything work out as best as possible for everyone.
So. It was recently brought to my attention that the people at Rock Am Ring and Rock Am Park festivals had changed the days on which I was due to play. This information slipped through the cracks. But it meant that we had a double-booking with the show we had booked in Poznan, Poland. This was agonizing news for me – my manager and agent, naturally, said that the festivals had to come first. But it pained me to think that we would have to cancel the Polish show, and that people might think that I don’t care about Poland, when in fact I had been looking forward to that show much more.
After much shuftying around, we’ve now worked it out that the Poznan show at Meskalina will happen, but it has been moved to June 3rd. I know this may not be ideal for some people who have already made plans, but it seems better to me than outright canceling the gig. All existing tickets are still valid etc. etc. And we’ll be at Rock am Park on the 4th, and Rock am Ring on the 5th. Hopefully everyone’s happy.
I’m also confirmed to play at Mannifest on the Isle Of Man on August 7th. It’ll be my first visit to the island and I’m stoked, so see you there.