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Papa Roach, Hollywood Undead cancel Grand Forks stop on tour two days in advance

Papa Roach announced at 3:30 p.m. Sunday to its 5.6 million Facebook followers the Grand Forks show was canceled to make room for a rescheduled show in Denver, Colorado.

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Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead were scheduled to play at the Alerus Center Tuesday, March 8, as part of the Kill The Noise tour.
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GRAND FORKS — Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead were scheduled to play a concert at the Alerus Center Tuesday, March 8, as part of the Kill The Noise tour, but the show has now been canceled.

Papa Roach announced at 3:30 p.m. Sunday to its 5.6 million Facebook followers the Grand Forks show was canceled to make room for a rescheduled show in Denver, Colorado.

Papa Roach
Papa Roach

"Due to weather, we've had to change travel logistics which have forced the postponement of today's Denver show, now rescheduled to Tuesday 3/8," the band said via graphic on Facebook. "We'll see you there, be ready to rock. Unfortunately, that means that the travel delay will cause us to have to cancel our 3/8 show in Grand Forks, ND. We are gutted to miss our friends in Grand Forks this tour, and we'll find another time that we can perform for you."

The statement also claimed refunds for the Grand Forks concert would be available at the point of purchase, which Toryn Jones, director of marketing at the Alerus Center, confirmed.

"If you bought online (through) Ticketmaster, then (they should) refund you," Jones said. "If you bought (tickets) in the box office, then you just need to bring your tickets back, and we'll refund you whatever you paid us at the box office."

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As for rescheduling a new concert date, Jones said the process is ongoing.

"We are working on it, but we haven't we haven't really gotten much information back," Jones said. "It's all still very fresh. We're hoping so."

Jacob Holley joined the Grand Forks Herald as its business reporter in June 2021.

Holley's beat at the Grand Forks Herald is broad and includes a variety of topics, including small business, national trends and more.

Readers can reach Holley at jholley@gfherald.com.Follow him on Twitter @JakeHolleyMedia.
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