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Temptations show indefinitely postponed – Promoters, artists fall out

Temptations show indefinitely postponed – Promoters, artists fall out

The American group, Temptations’ show billed for Saturday at the Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium has been indefinitely postponed, the promoters said this week in a statement.

“The decision was taken after matters beyond our control could not be resolved between the promoters being Tshepi Live Entertainment-Botswana and the artists,” the promoters announced.

The promoters, Lucky Sky Travel and Tshepi Live Entertainment said after careful thought and consideration of all the possible outcomes, as a result, the show cannot take place at the proposed date.

“We would like to give our gratitude to all parties who rendered their contribution in support of This event. We hope to bring the Temptations in the future,” they added.

Meanwhile, Lucky Sky Travel Namibia branch as the facilitator and sponsor of the event will be tasked to issue full refunds to everyone who has already bought tickets.

“Refunds will be processed at our offices in Town Square upper floor opposite Ocean basket and will be given upon production of the bought event tickets/receipt,” the statement read

“Again, we apologise for any problems caused and hope this untimely decision would not affect our future relations with all the related parties,” the promoters added.


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