Rush Apologize For Concert That Was Cut Short

07/12/2013
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(hennemusic) Rush have issued an apology to fans following Wednesday's weather-shortened headlining set at the Festival D'ete de Quebec. The band were forced to leave the stage towards the end of their second set when an electrical storm approached the Plains Of Abraham.

"My bandmates and I are extremely disappointed and apologetic over the sudden and unexpected ending of our show last night at the Festival D'ete de Quebec," posted bassist Geddy Lee. "The lightning storm that was approaching made it extremely dangerous for all the technicians working the sound and lights and there was a high risk to the audience members as well as the musicians on stage."

"We were enjoying the show tremendously at the time and we were hoping we could get the whole show finished before the storm returned but unfortunately we were unlucky and were forced to end the show for the safety of all concerned," Lee continued. "Thanks to all of our amazing fans for braving the weather and once again our sincere apologies for what had transpired. Hope to see you all again soon!!!" more on this story

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