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Frank Carter postpones Belfast Mandela Hall show scheduled for November

Frank Carter has announced that he has had to postpone his Irish shows next week due to illness. The Belfast show in the Mandela Hall will now take place on 27th January 2018.

The full statement released on Facebook as follows:

“Lately I’ve felt like some higher power has been trying to send me a message… I’ve had what can only be described as a turbulent year. Trying to process some of the biggest changes you can go through as a person.

November things started ramping up and stress levels hit peak. I woke up last night at 4am and couldn’t swallow. Doctor told me this morning I have tonsillitis and I have 56 shiny penicillin tablets to take.

Therefore it is with ENORMOUS DISAPPOINTMENT that we have to reschedule our shows in Ireland next week. We love Ireland and I hope you feel that love seeing as though we have played on your fair soil two times in the past year.

I AM DESPERATE TO PLAY A FUCKING SHOW, I have had 8 weeks off and I NEED to release the energy I am storing in the most positive way I know which is playing to you beautiful bastards.

So we have rescheduled the Ireland dates into January 2018 and I will spend the week in bed so that I can head down to Bristol and absolutely decimate you all.

Thank you for your patience. Someone or something is trying to stop me from playing music…. but it won’t win. See you in the pit.



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