Unfortunately Slaves have had to postpone the remainder of their tour, including their Brighton Dome show on Sat 7 Dec. We will be in touch with ticket bookers as soon as possible with a new date for this event, tickets will remain valid for the new date.*
A message from Laurie:
'Firstly thank you for all your kind messages, we are so grateful of how understanding you have been.
Emma (Laurie's parntner) has been battling through immensely painful episodes every day for the past 3 months. We hoped this wasn't a permanent issue and that her symptoms would subside, I thought we would be able to cope and I could get through this tour. However this week her condition has rapidly deteriorated. At this point Emma is in constant agony.
After many failed trips to our GP and A&E we finally sought out specialist medical attention and have been told by doctors that she is in need of immediate surgical action and will be having surgery next week.
I simply cannot leave my family at this time to do this tour. Our amazing team are working on a new plan for 2020 right now, to reschedule the dates, to make it up to you all. Please hold onto those tickets and I promise to give you the shows of our lives next year, once my family is on the mend.
All my love
*Once a new date is confirmed, refunds will be given if you are not able to make the rescheduled date. In the event that an alternative date is not possible you will be automatically refunded.
Already known as one of the UK’s most ferocious live acts, the band will be bringing their A-Game to Brighton Dome this December. Expect big riffs, bigger beats and the sense of beer-hurling mayhem that has followed the band from their earliest shows in Tunbridge Wells boozers to the main stages at major European and US festivals.