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Chang Weisberg addresses Rock The Bells cancellations, festival’s future

November 19, 2013

Months after Rock The Bells stops in New York and Washington D.C. were cancelled, ​Chang Weisberg directly addresses fans on why Guerrilla Union cancelled the two east coast stops of last summer’s Rock The Bell festival tour. The explanation he gives boils down to roughly, “we couldn’t sell enough tickets”, but he spends a good five minutes explaining the business decisions involved, and what the future of Rock The Bells is—to which he confirms Guerrilla Union is already planning next year’s installments.

posted: November 19th, 2013, 12:51am



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