The Disco Biscuits‘ Bisco Open shows at Westville Music Bowl in New Haven have been scrapped. The concerts originally scheduled for Friday, September 24 and Saturday, September 25 were canceled due to a “confluence of unfortunate situations” as per an announcement from the band.
The announcement comes after the quartet completed a three-night run through Florida this past weekend. On Sunday, September 26 the Disco Biscuits will “100%” move forward with their headlining performance at Brooklyn Comes Alive in New York City.
Read the full statement from the Disco Biscuits below:
We are saddened to announce that the Bisco Open will not happen this year as intended. Note that sunday’s show at Brooklyn Comes Alive is 100% happening and we’re excited for our first time performing at the incredible Brooklyn Mirage.
Regarding New Haven, our team tried every means possible to keep the shows alive, including looking for alternate venues, but in the end through a confluence of unfortunate situations, we were left with no other choice.
We know a lot of you made travel arrangements and are truly sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused. All tickets will be refunded automatically as quickly as possible. Please contact your point of purchase with any ticketing questions. On a more positive note, we do have some show announcements in the upcoming week and have gratitude for and appreciate your ongoing love & support.
As the band noted, Bisco Open refunds are available via the point of purchase. The Disco Biscuits previously played Westville Music Bowl June 4 – 5.