FEAR FACTORY: Bulgarian Show Cancelled Due To Poor Ticket Sales

August 9, 2006

According to Novinite.com, FEAR FACTORY's August 11 concert in Bulgaria has been cancelled after the industrial metal legends sold only 277 tickets.

Organizers at New Music Agency had put out 3,000 passes for sale.

Those die-hard fans who have paid for the gig can return their tickets over August 29-September 29, the music agency said.

After several major gigs in Bulgaria this summer, interest for international artists seemed to subside.

New Music Agency had already cancelled a drum 'n' bass extravaganza with GOLDIE, as well as the performance of GZA The Genius of the WU TANG CLAN. Both events went almost entirely unnoticed.

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