Live Nation and Riverbend Music Center has announced that the 3 Doors Down show at Riverbend Music Center that was postponed due to lead singer, Brad Arnold's, vocal laryngitis has been canceled. Refunds will be given at point of purchase.
A new show has been scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on December 10th at U.S. Bank Arena with 3 Doors Down and special guests Switchfoot and American Bang. In an effort to keep ticket prices down, patrons have the opportunity to purchase a limited number of fan friendly tickets at prices ranging from $39.50 to $25.00 (not inclusive of service charges).
Patrons holding tickets for the canceled Riverbend show will be able to participate in a pre sale beginning on October 15th. Pre sale information can be found at www.usbankarea.com www.riverbend.org and www.Livenation.com .
Reserved tickets [$55, $52.50, $39.50 & $25] for the December 10th show will go on sale Saturday, October 25 at 10 a.m. at Livenation.com, U.S. Bank Arena box office and Ticketmaster.
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