Adele Cancels Austin Tour Date for October 19, 2011

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Real Estate Agent with REALTY AUSTIN-Austin, TX www.RealtyAustin.com

On a non-real estate related topic, the British singer, Adele, just announced that she has to cancel (again for the second time) her Austin, Texas date on her U.S. tour. It was scheduled for Wednesday, October 19th at the Frank Erwin Center. She has issued an explanation and apology on her official website, http://www.Adele.tv however, the site is a bit overloaded with traffic right now, so try again later. Here's a link to the her blog http://www.adele.tv/blog/352/important-blog The is the latest ticket refund information via the Texas Box Office: Customers who purchased tickets for the Oct. 19 concert: · Online or by phone will be automatically refunded beginning Friday, Oct. 7 at noon. Tickets will be credited back to the original credit card used for the purchase. If the refund does not appear on the credit card statement by Friday, Oct. 21 or if the customer would like more information, they are asked to call (512) 477-6060. · Using a credit card at the Frank Erwin Center box office, or using cash or check may obtain a refund by returning their tickets to the Texas Box Office point of purchase beginning Friday, Oct. 7 at noon or by mailing the tickets to: Texas Box Office Attention: Adele Refund P.O. Box 2929 Austin, TX 78768-2929 Customers who purchased tickets to the originally scheduled Stubb’s show: · May obtain a refund by returning their tickets to the Frank Erwin Center box office beginning Friday, Oct. 7 at noon. The Frank Erwin Center box office is located on Red River Street and is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please call (512) 477-6060. Originally, I may be one of the very few lucky ones who was able to exchange the Stubb's ticket I bought through Craigslist who's seller bought from StubHub and they had bought from the original Stubb's ticket owner nonsense. However, I paid $160 via Craigslist for my ticket and had to track down the "owner" of the original ticket and that was a nightmare. Thank you LinkedIn! But it looks like all I might recover from this nightmare is the original price of the ticket....get this....$25!!!! But in the end, I don't get to see a wonderful performer that I've been waiting to see for months and now I might be out $135. Oh Adele, if you read this, please come back to Austin, Texas very soon, once your vocal chords are well, and I will be in the audience cheering you on. I'll leave you with my favorite song off her 21 CD, "Don't You Remember" Thanks!

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