Turnstile have had to reschedule their sold-out Manchester show after “passport complications” meant some of the band members were unable to enter the UK in time.
The O2 Victoria Warehouse gig was set to take place tonight (August 16) but the hardcore punk outfit have now had to reschedule owing to the logistical difficulties.
The show has now been rescheduled to next week, Thursday, August 24.
All existing tickets that had been bought for tonight’s show will be valid for the rescheduled show – and refunds will be made available for those who can no longer make the new date.
Taking to their social media to announce the news, the band said:
“It is with deep regret we inform you that tomorrow’s show at Victoria Warehouse will be rescheduled for next week: THURSDAY, AUGUST 24.”
“Due to passport complications, not all band members were able to arrive into the country in time. We’re devastated and so sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
“All other shows will continue as planned, and we will see you next week in Manchester. Love you all so much.”
Turnstile recently teamed up with Toronto alt-jazz ensemble BADBADNOTGOOD to give a jazzy reworking of three tracks from 2021’s ‘GLOW ON’: ‘Mystery’, ‘Underwater Boi’ and ‘Alien Love Call’.