The raggae-rock band 311 was slated to perform in Glens Falls, New York later this month, but due to “unforeseen production issues,” the show has been cancelled.
The concert was set to take place on July 16 at Cool Insuring Arena. Organizers noted that ticketholders who purchased tickets with a credit card will be automatically refunded, while cash purchases will be refunded at the box office.
While no specific details were mentioned, fans believe that the show could have been cancelled because 311 is playing with Dirty Heads on tour at Darien Lake that weekend. This could have led to low ticket sales, since fans would rather see the group during the joint-show that weekend than a Tuesday performance. One fan on Facebook noted that as of a few days ago, tickets were still available close to the stage.
The Sounds of Summer Tour just kicked-off last night in Dayton, Ohio, and will continue in cities across the country like Indianapolis, Boston, Atlanta, Tampa, and Dallas. They’ll make stops in amphitheaters like West Palm Beach’s Coral Sky, Austin’s 360, Holmdel’s PNC Bank Arts Center, and Chicago’s Hollywood Casino before wrapping-up at Salt Lake City’s USANA Amphitheatre late August.
311 just released a set of tracks: “What The?!,” “Crossfire,” “Good Feeling,” and “Don’t You Worry.” The LP follows 2017’s MOSAIC and 2014’s Stereolithic.