A Day At Hop Farm 2012 cancelled
Leonard Cohen's shows moved to Wembley Arena
Chris Eustace - 23 August 2012
Cohen was due to bring his ‘Old Ideas’ tour to Hop Farm Country Park, Paddock Wood, Kent, where Hop Farm Festival takes place each June, for two dates on Saturday 8 September and Sunday 9 September.
The shows have now been cancelled, and the legendary singer will now play London’s Wembley Arena on the same days instead.
Ticketholders will be refunded within the next five working days, and will also be sent a special link to purchase seats of the same quality for the Wembley dates.
An email sent to ticketbuyers read:
“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Leonard’s two shows at Hop Farm, Kent on 8 and 9 September will no longer be taking place at that venue.
You will be refunded the price of your tickets for the original Hop Farm event (including the booking fee) within the next five working days.
Leonard will still bring his much anticipated Old Ideas World Tour to the UK with the scheduled shows now taking place indoors, fully seated at London’s historic Wembley Arena on 8 and 9 September.
As a you have previously purchased tickets we would like to ensure you get the same quality of seats as you purchased for the Hop Farm.
Please use the link, select the special promotion and input your unique promotion code.
Press send and then you will be able to select your tickets for Wembley Arena dates.
We look forward to seeing you at Wembley for two magical nights with Leonard.”
Leonard Cohen Wembley Arena tickets go on sale tomorrow (Friday
24 August) at 9am.