Audio Adrenaline announced this week the cancellation of the Pacific Northwest leg of their Kings and Queens tour.
An official statement released by the band cited "several mitigating circumstances beyond our control" as the reason for the cancellation, and stated that the shows in Billings, Mont.; Spokane, Wash.; Tacoma, Wash.; and Medford, Ore. would be postponed to a later date.
No shows on either side of the Oct. 30-Nov. 2 run have been altered. The band is in the Carolinas and Colorado this weekend, and is still on board as of press time for its California leg of the tour starting Nov. 8 in Oceanside, Calif.
In the statement, the band told ticketholders to return their tickets to their place of purchase for a refund.
"The bands on the tour regret the fact that they are not going to be able to visit at this time, but look forward to their next swing through," the statement summarized. In addition to Audio Adrenaline, the Kings and Queens tour includes Disciple, Stellar Kart and Ryan Stevenson.
It's been a month or so of challenging alterations for the latest incarnation of Audio Adrenaline, with the recent double-departure of guitarist Dave Ghazarian and keyboardist/vocalist Jason Walker.