Sweden's IN FLAMES have been forced to cancel tonight's show at Odeon in Cleveland, Ohio "due to a major bus breakdown in the middle of nowhere," the band announced via a posting on their official web site. "We are, of course, truly for this and we will make it up for [the fans] on the upcoming headline tour."
IN FLAMES are scheduled to return to North America this summer for a headlining tour with as-yet-undisclosed opening acts.
Upcoming IN FLAMES tour dates w/ MUDVAYNE:
Mar. 21 - Grand Rapids, MI - Orbit Room
Mar. 22 - Indianapolis, IN - Murat Egyptian Room
Mar. 23 - Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom
Mar. 25 - Kansas City, MO - The Beaumont Club
Mar. 26 - Oklahoma City, OK - Bricktown Events Center
Mar. 28 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Ampitheatre
Mar. 29 - San Antonio, TX - Sunset Station
Mar. 30 - McAllen, TX - Villa Real
Apr. 01 - Amarillo, TX - Rex Baxter Building
Apr. 02 - Fayetteville, AR - JR's Dickson St. Theatre (no MUDVAYNE)
Apr. 03 - Houston, TX - Fitzgeralds (no MUDVAYNE)
Apr. 04 - Dallas, TX - The Galaxy Club (no MUDVAYNE)
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