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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The Mile Zero Meltdown concert has been cancelled due to unforeseen production issues, according to the Ovintiv Events Centre.
The concert was rescheduled in April to take place on October 8th and was set to feature Buckcherry, and Bif Naked.
The venue announced the cancellation on Thursday and released refund information for those who already purchased tickets.
Anyone who bought tickets with a credit card will have the ticket price, plus the per-ticket fee, automatically refunded back to their account starting September 30th. Credit card refunds can take between five to 10 days to show up on a bank statement.
Contact the Tiger Box Office Plus at the Ovintiv Events Centre at [email protected]
For cash and debit purchases, customers are asked to call the box office manager at 250-795-3306 to schedule an appointment to process a refund. Only the purchaser of the tickets, with valid photo ID, may receive the refund in the form of the original payment method.
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