Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals have revealed that they will be postponing their recently announced national tour.
The tour was originally set for March, which has now been advised will be moved to the end of the year. The band explained in a statement
“To our great fans in Australia and New Zealand: Unfortunately we need to postpone our upcoming tour so that we can put the finishing touches on our new album. We can’t wait to see you in November/December.”
All tickets which have been purchased will be valid for the new dates, which ticket holders who are unable to attend the new dates will receive a full refund from the point of purchase.
The band have not yet commented whether the rescheduled dates also mean the release of their upcoming album, Call It What It Is, will be delayed. The album is set to drop on April 8.
Check out the new tour dates below.
Tuesday November 22 – Sydney House House Forecourt, Sydney
Thursday November 24 – Riverstage, Brisbane
Saturday November 26 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Sunday November 27 – AEC Theatre, Adelaide
Tuesday November 29 – Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth