For all the Indian fans who were waiting for the ‘Rock to Rescue India Tour 2012’ concert featuring FireHouse, comes the news that the concert has been postponed. The American band was supposed to perform on April 7 and April 10, 2012 at DDSC Dimapur and Khuman Lampak main stadium, Imphal respectively.

The information of the postponement was revealed by Sky Group which said that the shows had to be postponed to a later date due to unavoidable circumstances. Reports say that some of the band members were not granted visas by the Indian Consulate in the US.

The concerts will now remain postponed until a future date can be arranged and the media will be informed once the date has been agreed upon. Even the tickets that have already been purchased will be honored at the future rescheduled date.

The organizers of the show have requested the ticket holders to keep the tickets in a good condition as every ticket has been mechanized with a bar coding technology. For more queries on the show the organizers of the show can be contacted at 9615057377 between 9 am and 4 pm. Meanwhile the band has issued an apology for its fans on its Facebook page.

FireHouse is world famous hard rock  band famous for songs like ‘Reach for the sky’, ‘Here for you’, ‘Sleeping with you’, ‘ Love of a Lifetime’, ‘You are my religion’ among other tracks. The band comprises of C.J Snare, Bill Leverty, Allen McKenzie and Michael Foster.

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