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Event Archive - CANCELLED: Larry And His Flask, Cornshed, Jesse LeBourdais, Willy Tea Taylor

Thu. March 21st 2013 - Thu. March 21st 2013 Garibaldi Lift Co. Bar & Grill Whistler BC (No Minors)
10pm - 1am doors at 9pm
We are sad to inform all LARRY AND HIS FLASK fans across Canada (especially those that were excited to attend the shows we were set to host at Garibaldi Lift Co (GLC) - Whistler on March 21st and at Swans Nightclub in Victoria on March 23rd that their whole Canadian tour has been cancelled due to border problems. Although the band has crossed the Canadian border successfully 12 previous times, when they tried to cross in Osoyoos a couple of nights ago they were turned away. The band then tried to cross again the following morning and were denied entry a second time. Then today even with the aid of a lawyer they tried to cross a third time and were denied. We are sorry at any inconveniences they may have caused and we are very disappointed since we were really looking forwards to the shows.

Refunds will be available at point of purchase for both shows. Those that purchased on for both shows will also get refunds. Again our deepest apologies... :( We hope this problem gets fixed so The Flask can come back to our parts again in the near future and bring us their sweet music.


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