John Lydon show canceled due to tour director assault


A Q&A show John Lydon was scheduled to do last night (October 25) as part of his I could be wrong, I could be right The book tour in Glasgow, UK was canceled by the venue due to the seemingly aggressive behavior of its tour director.

The event was to take place at the Pavilion Theater in Glasgow. The site’s managing director, Iain Gordon, wrote a post on their Facebook yesterday morning detailing the situation.

“Unfortunately, due to the assault and intimidation of various members of my team by tour director John Lydon, tonight’s show will not be taking place,” the statement said. “The days of this kind of behavior are long gone. We have a zero tolerance policy for abuse, both physical and verbal, and this behavior has been going on for two weeks.

“We’re sorry if this affects you, but as a company we will not accept this kind of attitude towards our staff from anyone, including members of the public and tour staff. Our ticket office will contact you. directly to organize the reimbursement of your tickets. “

Following the announcement, Lydon informed his fans of the cancellation on his own social media. “Glasgow Pavilion unexpectedly canceled tonight‘s show. We were notified of the cancellation at 2:48 pm,” he wrote on Twitter.

The Q + A tour was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, but has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 virus. See the rest of his dates here.

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