Gym Class Heroes to re-arrange cancelled Hatfield gig

PUBLISHED: 17:13 07 October 2011 | UPDATED: 13:37 11 October 2011

Travie McCoy, left, was taken to the QE2 Hospital before his appearence with Gym Class Heroes at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

Travie McCoy, left, was taken to the QE2 Hospital before his appearence with Gym Class Heroes at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

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GYM Class Heroes will rearrange their Forum Hertfordshire gig in Hatfield that was cancelled after lead singer Travie McCoy was rushed to hospital.

Gym Class Heroes refund information

Tickets purchased via ticketweb.co.uk can receive a refund now by contacting customer services at ticketweb.co.uk directly.

For tickets purchase at the Forum Box Office or UHSU Shop, refunds will be available from the Forum Box Office from Monday October 10 once the confirmed purchase list has been received.

Customers that purchased tickets via the Students’ Union website should email their refund request through the same website.

Only face value and credit card charges will be re-funded. Booking fees will be refunded at the discretion of the ticketing agent.

Fans of the reformed US rap group were left disappointed after 30-year-old McCoy was taken to hospital with abdominal pains just before the band were due to play the University of Hertfordshire venue's weekly club night Bonk on Wednesday.

A statement from the group's tour manager has since been posted on the Forum's website, saying the band will reschedule the gig as soon as McCoy is better.

Refunds will also be available to those that cannot make the re-arranged date.

The statement said: "We are currently working on re-arranging the date with the band and their management.

"Tickets can be kept for the re-arranged show or refunds are available from your point of purchase. Ticket stubs and/or proof of purchase will be required."

McCoy was taken to the QE2 Hospital in WGC at around 1am on Thursday, just before the group were about to take to the stage.

It is believed the rapper - who also had a hit solo single with Billionaire featuring Bruno Mars - was suffering from an intestinal infection.

The statement added: "Our thoughts are with Travie and we wish him a speedy recovery."

 

 

 

 


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