Bad Omens cancel Portland show for "day of rest and recovery”
In a recent announcement via social media, Bad Omens has shared disappointing news for their fans in Portland. The band has made the difficult decision to cancel their scheduled show at McMenamin's Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Oregon on October 3.
In their statement, Bad Omens expressed their regret and explained that the cancellation was necessary to prioritize a "much-needed day of rest and recovery" as vocalist Noah Sebastian has been dealing with vocal strain since the band's show in Denver.
Refunds for the show will be processed at the point of purchase.
The band shared:
Portland, we regret to inform you that we will be cancelling the tomorrow for a much-needed day of rest and recovery.
We decided this to be the best course of action, although it pains us greatly. Please know we don't make the decision to cancel lightly or without necessity, but we will make it up to you however and whenever we can. Refunds will be processed at point of purchase, and we will certainly be back.
- Bad Omens.