Ringo Starr, the ex-Beetle, and his All-star band has cancelled their performance on October 14 in Brandt Centre at Evraz Place in Regina, Saskatchewan. The show was part of their fall tour in October 2015. The purpose of the tour is to promote the solo studio album named “Postcards from Paradise” released on March 31 via Universal studio. The album has guest contribution from start like Dave Stewart, Joe Walsh, Peter Frampton and Richard Marx.
The Regina authority has been informed that the main reason behind cancelling the show is “scheduling conflict”. Regina’s Leader post has posted this message on April 2. The tour will start with the performance in the Masonic in San Francisco, California on October 1. And after performing throughout the month in U.S. states like Idaho, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin as well as Canadian provinces and cities like British Columbia, Alberta, Montreal, Toronto and others, it will end with the show in King’s Theater in Brooklyn, New York on October 31. The revised schedule for the tour is as follows.
Oct 1: The Masonic (rescheduled from March 15), San Francisco, California
Oct 2: Vina Robles Amphitheatre, Paso Robles, California
Oct 3: Field Of Dreams Park (Sonoma Music Festival), Sonoma, California
Oct 6: CenturyLink Arena Boise, Boise, Idaho
Oct 8: Save On Foods Memorial Centre, Victoria, British Columbia
Oct 9: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct 10: South Okanagan Events Centre, Penticton, British Columbia
Oct 12: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, Alberta
Oct 13: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, Alberta
Oct 16: The State Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Oct 17: Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Oct 18: Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan
Oct 20: Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario
Oct 21: St. Denis Theatre 1, Montreal, Quebec
Oct 23: Wang Theatre – Citi Performing Arts Center, Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 24: Fox Theater, Mashantucket, Connecticut
Oct 25: State Theatre, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Oct 27: Heinz Hall For The Performing Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oct 28: Modell Performing Arts Center At The Lyric, Baltimore, MarylanD
Oct 30: Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
Oct 31: Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, New York
Regina was the only mid-west spot of Canada where the band was supposed to perform. Rest of the seven performances in Canada has remained as scheduled. The Regina show ticket prices bought online will be credited automatically to buyers’ accounts, while others with offline tickets have to collect the money from booking counters.