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Dashboard Confessional Postpones Tour

10:01 AM Monday 11/2/09 |   |

Citing a “family issue” beyond the band’s control, Dashboard Confessional is postponing its fall tour.

The tour postponement comes just over a week before the band’s latest album – Alter The Ending – arrives in stores Nov. 10.

Although Chris Carrabba and his cohorts are postponing their U.S. run until 2010, the band still intends to appear with the Louisville Orchestra this Saturday at Louisville’s Whitney Hall.

From the band’s website:

“Due to a family situation that is beyond our control, we have to cancel our upcoming tour with New Found Glory, Never Shout Never, Meg & Dia and Single File (we are still playing with the Louisville Orchestra on November 7th). We don’t take this lightly but family has to come first. As this is a last minute development, we are still figuring out what we will do – as soon as we know, you will know. We apologize to everyone who planned on coming to the shows. We will find a way to make it up to you.”

Click here for the Dashboard Confessional website.


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