Animal Collective Postpones Tour Dates Yet Again


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Animal Collectives members get sick a lot.
  • Animal Collective's members get sick a lot.
Animal Collective and Dan Deacon were going to play a show at the House of Blues March 11. That was canceled due to illness. Then, the show was postponed and rescheduled for July 16 at House of Blues, and everyone got excited.

Well, that show has been canceled due to illness.

Here's the note from AC HQ:

Hey AC fans,
Due to illness, we will unfortunately not be able to perform our upcoming July tour dates, including the Camp Bisco and Forecastle
festivals. We deeply apologize and tried our best to make it work with an alternate set, but ultimately we didn't feel like we were giving fans what they deserved from an Animal Collective show. We are working on rescheduling the non-festival dates as soon as possible. Again we send our sincerest apologies to fans anticipating these shows, especially considering the cancellations earlier this year.
Avey Tare, Deakin, Geoligist, and Panda Bear

We all wish pristine health to everyone involved with the tour. The anticipation will only grow here in Cleveland and across the country.

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