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Cohen Postpones Cambodia

11:01 AM Tuesday 11/2/10 |   |

“Logistical issues” have claimed another tour date as Leonard Cohen postpones a show in Cambodia’s capital city.

  • Leonard Cohen

    Leonard Cohen, Torwar, Warsaw, Poland
    October 10, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Cambodian-based organizer Mekong Sessions posted a message on its website stating Cohen’s Nov. 27 concert in Phnom Penh has been postponed until an unspecified future date sometime after the conclusion of the singer/songwriter’s current world tour.

The statement went on to say Cohen will make “a significant humanitarian donation reflecting his immense goodwill to the nation of Cambodia.”

Fans who purchased their tickets with cash can obtain full refunds through the organizer’s Phnom Penh office.

That’s right. Cash. Apparently there are other ways to purchase tickets in Cambodia. The Phnom Penh Post said “no provisions were outlined for the refund of tickets purchased through non-cash transactions.”

While that might mean credit cards or checks, we can’t help wondering if bartering came into play, something along the lines of trading farm animals or jewelry for ducats. Hmmm… Maybe that’s something Ticketmaster should explore.

Click here for the Mekong Sessions website and here for the Phnom Penh Post.


Comments

  1. dave5433 wrote:

    08:14 PM, Nov 02, 2010

    Erm...I bought my tickets online with a credit card via seetickets. They wrote to say that I am being fully refunded to my credit card.

    It suggests that you've been misinformed or simply didn't bother to check the facts. Based on the tone of your post, we'll assume the latter.

    Arrogance in writing is sometimes welcome when it's backed up with a respect for knowledge. In your instance, when married only with chauvinism and ignorance, it's a silly thing.

  2. tjackson wrote:

    01:48 PM, Nov 02, 2010

    Wow. What an insult to anyone from Cambodia, not the show's postponement but Jay Smith's comments to the effect that it's a backward place. "Trading farm animals"...really?

    Like the daylight robbery of ticket distribution monopolies financially raping concert goers in the US represents a more civilized system.



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