Regarding updates on why the remaining dates on the 2011 tour scheduled for late August and September have been canceled, there isn't much to report. But Micky, Davy, and Peter have communicated through their individual Facebook pages.
From Micky's Facebook page:
Dear Fans and Friends,
The Monkee Tour has, indeed, been cancelled but for reasons that I cannot discuss at this time. I can say that the reasons pertain to business and are internal matters. Needless to say, I am disappointed but the situation was unavoidable and I want to apologize to all the fans out there who will not be able to experience what was a wonderful show indeed.
From Peter's Facebook page:
Dear Fans and Friends,
I am writing to confirm that the Monkees tour has been cancelled for reasons that I cannot discuss at this time. I can only say that it has to do with business matters. I sincerely regret that it is not possible to continue this wonderful tour. I especially regret the inconvenience to those of you whose plans have been disrupted. Thank you for all your love and support. I hope to see you on the road sometime.
Davy's Facebook simply stated the following:
After having contacted a representative of Davy Jones, it has been determined that the remainder of The Monkees 2011 tour HAS BEEN CANCELLED. No reason has been given at this time. When more information becomes available, it will be posted....
Here is a complete list of the cancelled dates:
August 26, 2011: Westbury, New York, NYCB Theater at Westbury
August 27, 2011: Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod Melody Tent
August 28, 2011: Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
August 31, 2011: Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania, Tower Theater
September 1, 2011: Durham, North Carolina, Durham Performing Arts Center
September 2, 2011: Huntington, West Virginia, Big Sandy Superstore Arena
September 4, 2011: Cleveland, Ohio, Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
September 7, 2011: Englewood, New Jersey, Bergen Performing Arts Center
September 8, 2011: New Brunswick, New Jersey, State Theatre
September 9, 2011: Albany, New York, Times Union Center
September 10, 2011: Bushkill, Pennsylvania, Pocono Mountains Performing Arts Center
September 12, 2011: Saint Charles, Missouri, Family Arena
September 23, 2011: Coquitlam, Canada, Red Robinson Show Theatre
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