by / April 20th, 2009 /

Aiken cancel The Eagles Galway show

The full press release regarding the cancellation of the gig is below:

Aiken Promotions regret to announce Due to unforeseen circumstances the Eagles performance at Pearse Stadium, Galway on Sunday 28 June 2009 has been cancelled.

The show at the RDS Dublin on Thursday 2 July will go ahead as scheduled.

Ticketmaster have reserved a special allocation of seated tickets in prime locations and general admission tickets for the Eagles concert at the RDS, Dublin exclusively for patrons wishing to exchange tickets from the Pearse Stadium Show. These tickets are only available to those patrons holding tickets for Galway and will be available for a limited period until 8am Thursday 30th April.

If you wish to avail of this dedicated exchange offer, please call The Eagles ticket exchange line on 0818 762 125 or contact point of purchase.

Customers who purchased tickets for the Galway show via phone or internet will be automatically issued with a refund to their credit card which will appear within the next three to five working days. Tickets purchased through outlets should be returned to point of purchase for refund.

We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

  • The duude

    unforeseen circumstances??? or just wasnt selling???!

    I HATE THe F***ing EAGLEs MAN!

  • Jimmy A

    Yeah, not selling and Dublin obviously not selling if they can give tickets towards it. its a crock…..

  • Bernie P

    How rude you are! You’re quite pathetic really…Love to see what you can’t do!

  • john quinn

    very sad to hear this has been cancelled…it could and should have been a wonderful ocassion…..with regard to the comments made why cant people make a simple comment without being rude and disrespectful…show some humility and dignity….it truly reflects so badly on us as a people and a society

  • Bernie P

    Well said John! Thank you

  • fillup

    whilst i agree with the ‘duuude’ that the eagles do truely blow chunks there is no need to use unecessary expletives to articulate your disgust….
    i feel sorry for the fans…

    gig deffo pulled due to unforeseen lack of ticket sales….

  • Bald Man

    It is such a pity and certainly the people of Galway dont know what the are missing. I hope I can travel to the RDS on 2nd July

  • IVAN

    NEVER SO PISSED OFF IN ALL MY LIFE,BOOKED A HOTEL IN GALWAY AND ORGANISED BABYSITTERS FOR THE NIGHT,CANT SELL THE TICKETS IT APPEARS TO ME,DIPSHITS,WONT BOTHER SUPPORTING ANY MORE OF YOUR CONCERTS,GETTING MY MONEY BACK DOESNT SOLVE THE PROBLEM,YOU SHOULD THROW IN A WEEKEND AWAY SOMEWHERE TO MAKE UP FOR IT,TAKE IT EASY!!

  • Tara

    Its not their fault theres a recession! if you want to see them that bad you’ll make the trip to dublin, im sure your babysitter doesnt mind where you go! If not at least you get your money back. Seriously it makes me lose faith in society when people do nothing but complain, theres no need for it and your just bringing everyone else down…there millions of more people worse off in the world and all we can complian about is a cancelled gig!

  • Bernie P

    Well said Tara!

  • gollyvboy

    I’m annoyed at this & i only found out 2day so i’m even more annoyed at the lack of advertising for the cancellation! The Eagles r still the best & as for the complainers…..shut the f*** up!!

  • mick dundee

    i agree with golly they are the best band in the world,together they are unbelieveable.im going to see them in belfast and the tickets where £93 each,how can any band charge this amount of money for 2 hours playing music do they not know that most people dont have the money cause the bankers or better known as wankers screwed us over,the eagles should have dropped their crazy prices when they knew that there tickets were not selling and shouldnt have been so greedy they dont give a feck about there fans over here they just want money.

  • It is such a pity and certainly the people of Galway dont know what the are missing. I hope I can travel to the RDS on 2nd July

  • Eh, you’re a bit late for that one… they played the RDS on the 2nd of July 2009! 😉