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Former Who frontman Roger Daltrey’s forthcoming tour of Australia, including an appearance at Bluesfest on Monday 9 April, has been cancelled.

Chugg Entertainment and Bluesfest Touring announced the cancellation yesterday, which they said was because of ‘unforeseen scheduling conflicts’.

Bluesfest patrons seeking a refund on their single-day festival ticket for Monday 9 April can do so for a limited time by calling the Bluesfest office on 02 6685 8310.

Before doing so they can check out www.bluesfest.com.au for further information on the artist line-up for Monday 9 April.

Bluesfest promoter Peter Noble declined to elaborate further on the reasons for Daltrey’s cancellation.


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