Megadeth Cancel Meet-And-Greet Sessions


(TeamRock Radio) Megadeth have cancelled all the meet-and-greet sessions on their European tour, because mainman Dave Mustaine believes fans weren't going to get the "kick-ass" experience they deserve.

He says the band are all "pissed" after a disagreement with Wonderful Union, the company organising the events. And he's vowed to make things up to followers who'd bought tickets in the hope of meeting Megadeth, a photo with the band, autographed poster, shot glass, fan club access and VIP upgrades based around each night's show.

Mustaine says in a video: "We were doing meet-and-greets with a company, and they did not send a representative to Europe with us. We're supposed to be doing this right. And since the meet-and-greets are not up to par, that I believe you deserve - and I believe it should be done really, really, cool - they've been cancelled."

He adds that he's taken personal action because he's heard the company in question "never told anybody" about the cancellations. "I hope this is not true, but we're going to get to the bottom of it. Until this is done right, and done the way I believe you deserve, then I'm just going to have to wait until I can hang out with you guys in person." Read more and watch the video here.

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