Kasabian to play rearranged Belfast show in 2018
Kasabian have confirmed details of their rescheduled Belfast show.
The English band pulled out of their Custom House Square show at the last minute because of illness last week.
The rearranged show will now be on Monday, August 20, 2018.
In a statement, the band said: "Following the unavoidable cancellation of Tuesday night’s Belfast show due to illness, we can confirm the rescheduled show will be on Monday August 20th 2018 at Custom House Square. All tickets for the original show on August 22nd 2017 will remain valid for the new date, however anyone wishing to claim a refund can do some from point of purchase."
News on rescheduled Belfast show: August 20th 2018 at Custom House Square more details below: pic.twitter.com/kukNy2d3rf— KasabianHQ (@KasabianHQ) August 28, 2017
Moments before taking to the stage at Custom House Square the band announced they would be unable to perform after lead singer Tom Meighan was hit was a severe bout of vomiting. He had to be rushed from the city centre venue to hospital.
On Friday the band returned to the stage in the first of their headline sets at the Reading and Leeds Festival.
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