Mae Muller has communicated to ticket holders that her headline tour in November has been canceled, without any explanation.
Ticket holders have shared the following notice they received:
Hello my stunnas,
I hope you’re all well!??
Unfortunately, I have some sad news to share with you. It’s honestly hard for me to write this but due to factors out of my control, it is with the HEAVIEST heart I have to tell you my headline tour in November will no longer be happening.
With no reason given for the sudden cancellation, fans have been left to speculate on social media as to what happened, with many blaming poor management and possible low ticket sales.
Mae’s headline tour was to take her across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland for a total six shows. The tour was timed to happen two months after the release of her upcoming album “Sorry I’m Late” scheduled for 15th September.
- 20 November – Glasgow
- 21 November – Manchester
- 23 November – London
- 24 November – Birmingham
- 25 November – Leeds
- 27 November – Dublin
Mae Muller represented the United Kingdom at Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool. I Wrote A Song came second to last in the Grand Final, garnering just 9 points from the televote.
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