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Lukas Graham's Debut Australian Shows Cancelled

Tuesday 9 August 2016

Lukas Graham's Debut Australian Shows Cancelled

Because of extreme exhaustion, Danish Pop-Soul Singer Lukas Graham and his band will no longer be playing their debut Australian tour which is set to kick off this month in Melbourne and Sydney. Lukas is said to have been suffering from fatigue and is unable to perform onstage.

In a statement, the band apologises to their fans. “We are really sorry to be missing you all this time but we look forward to coming back and seeing you all in the future”, said they.

Frontier Touring, the show promoter, also released a statement apologising to those affected by this cancellation, and wishing Lukas the best in his recovery.

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Melbourne, VIC
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Sydney, NSW
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Apart from the Australian shows, Lukas' upcoming show in Japan has also been canned for the same reason.

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