Crowded House tour on hold due to COVID diagnosis

Crowded House's Bimbadgen concert postponed as Neil Finn tests positive to COVID-19

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TOUR UPDATE: Crowded House have had to postpone their Sunday, April 24, Bimbadgen concert. Picture: Kerry Brown

TOUR UPDATE: Crowded House have had to postpone their Sunday, April 24, Bimbadgen concert. Picture: Kerry Brown

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"I am so sorry to disappoint our fans this coming week, but rest assured we will be back to make good," says Neil Finn.

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Crowded House have postponed the final four dates on their Dreamers Are Waiting tour due to frontman Neil Finn testing positive to COVID-19.

That means their a day on the green concert with The Waifs and Courtney Barnett at Bimbadgen in northern NSW will be moved to a new date.

Fans are being encouraged to hold on to their tickets.

"I am absolutely crushed to have to postpone the last four shows of our Australian tour as I tested positive yesterday morning for COVID," Finn said.

"In these very difficult conditions for touring, we were staying in our bubble and observing very strict protocols but somehow the virus still slipped through.

"I am relieved to be only experiencing mild symptoms at this stage and grateful for the protection that my triple boosted vaccination is providing.

"I am so sorry to disappoint our fans this coming week, but rest assured we will be back to make good."

A new date will be announced soon and tickets will be valid for the corresponding rescheduled shows without the need for exchange. Ticket holders will be notified of rescheduled dates via the official ticketing agency.

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