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Rock The Bells Founder At A Loss For Words Over Festival Cancellation
Rock The Bells Founder At A Loss For Words Over Festival Cancellation
Chang Weisberg, the Rock The Bells founder and owner of the festival's production company Guerilla Union, spoke yesterday to Radio.com about the festival's cancellation in both Washington, D.C. and New York. The company released an official statement yesterday saying that the cancellations had to do with poor ticket sales, with a source telling XXL that the company stood to take a $3 million hit..
Rock The Bells Issues Statement Regarding Cancellation Of D.C., NYC Shows
Rock The Bells Issues Statement Regarding Cancellation Of D.C., NYC Shows
Rock The Bells just released a statement regarding the cancellation of the final two weekends of its tour in Washington, D.C. and New York City. XXL reported earlier today that the dates would not be fulfilled, with a source indicating that the reasoning was due to poor ticket sales, and that parent company Guerilla Union would take a $3 million hit with the cancelled dates...
Rock The Bells Cancels Washington, D.C. And New York Shows Due To Poor Ticket Sales
Rock The Bells Cancels Washington, D.C. And New York Shows Due To Poor Ticket Sales
Rock The Bells, the traveling hip-hop festival celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, has already pulled off two successful shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco this summer. But according to local Washington, D.C. publications, as well as Ticketmaster's web site and XXL's own sources, the iterations in both the nation's capital and the New York City area have been cancelled...

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