The Black Keys Cancel Upcoming European Shows Due to Patrick Carney’s Injury
Some unfortunate news out of the Black Keys camp: After drummer Patrick Carney recently dislocated shoulder, the garage rockers have announced that they are canceling what is essentially their entire European tour in support of their 2014 album, 'Turn Blue.' If that wasn't enough disappointment for European fans, efforts to reschedule the dates were unsuccessful -- all tickets will be refunded at your original point of purchase.
While on a trip in St. Barths, Carney was wrecked by a huge wave and "slammed" to the ocean floor, causing his shoulder to dislocate. The Black Keys commented on the unfortunate news, stating "We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10. Patrick needs time to heal. We thank all of our fans for their support and we're looking forward to getting back on the road."
The remainder of their active tour dates, including their headlining gig at Mountain Jam, can be found here.
2015 'Turn Blue' World Tour Tour Dates (Canceled)
Feb. 16 -- Hallenstadion -- Zurich
Feb. 17 -- Mediolanum -- Forum Milan
Feb. 19 -- Zenith -- Munich
Feb. 20 -- Max--Schmeling--Halle -- Berlin
Feb. 21 -- Torwar -- Warsaw
Feb. 23 -- Ziggo Dome -- Amsterdam
Feb. 24 -- Sportpaleis -- Antwerp
Feb. 25 -- Mitsubishi Electric Halle -- Dusseldorf
Feb. 27 -- Phones 4U Arena -- Manchester
Feb. 28 -- LG Arena -- Birmingham
March 1 -- The SSE Hydro -- Glasgow
March 3 -- The O2 -- London
March 4 -- Motorpoint Arena -- Cardiff
March 5 -- First Direct Arena -- Leeds
March 7 -- Halle Tony Garnier -- Lyon
March 9 -- Zenith -- Paris
March 10 -- Zenith -- Paris
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