RIOT: Dallas Show Cancelled

April 13, 2004

Veteran hard rock band RIOT's previously announced headlining show in Dallas, Texas "will not take place after all do to the promoter pulling out at the last minute," according to a post on the group's web site. In an e-mail posted at RIOT's web site, promoter Doug Simmons of Elite Entertainment in Dallas, Texas blames the "lack of proper production needed" for the cancellation, citing a WARRANT show that is taking place in town the same night as one of the reasons he has decided to pull out of the gig on a two-week notice. RIOT's previously announced show as one of the headliners at the second annual River City Biker Fest on the Poteet Fairgrounds in San Antonio, Texas on May 1 will not be affected by the Dallas cancellation.

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