Falling In Reverse postpone Syracuse show over air quality, "Blame Canada" Ronnie Radke says
Popular American rock band Falling In Reverse has announced the rescheduling of their Syracuse, NY show scheduled for June 30 due to concerns over air quality. The decision came after local officials informed the band about unsafe conditions caused by Canadian wildfire smoke.
The band reassured fans that the show would go on, albeit on a new date. The show in Syracuse will now take place on September 12. Fans unable to attend can get a refund at their point of purchase for the next week.
Frontman Ronnie Radke said in a Tweet:
Syracuse ny we're sorry but air quality in your city is too bad and officials won't let us since it's an outside amphitheater. Blame Canada lol see you September 12th though we're not cancelling
Falling In Reverse's statement read:
Syracuse - we've been notified by local officials that the air quality conditions at St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater will be unsafe tomorrow night (June 30th) due to Canadian wildfire smoke, and that we must reschedule. The show will now take place on September 12th with the same lineup. All previously purchased tickets for the original date will be honored for the new date. If you are unable to attend the new show date, refunds can be requested for a seven day period through July 6th. Thank you for your understanding. We can't wait to see you all!