UPDATE: Dane Cook cancels Sunday's concert in Tampa
In case you missed it, Dane Cook has canceled his gig Sunday at the 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre in Tampa. Some of you may be rejoicing at this. Many more of you are probably weeping into your Tapout T-shirts. We fall somewhere in between. Click here for info on ticket reimbursements.
Eric Deggans, who had interviewed Cook in preparation for this weekend's concert, has all the scoop.
Just got Live Nation's official announcement. We've posted it after the jump.
From Live Nation:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Dane Cook’s upcoming shows this week in Florida have been cancelled due to recent personal matters. The dates that are affected are Tallahassee, FL on October 21 (Leon County Civic Center), Gainesville, FL on October 22 (Stephen O’Connell Center), West Palm Beach, FL on October 23 (Cruzan Amphitheatre), and Tampa, FL on October 24 (1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre).
'’I appreciate all the support from my fans in Florida and I promise you all, that I will be back soon,” said Cook. Ticket holders will be offered the opportunity to be placed on a priority notification for premium seating for all of Dane’s rescheduled Florida dates in the future. Refunds are available at the point–of-purchase.
The tour will continue as planned through 30 cities in the United States and Canada starting back up in Syracuse, NY on Tuesday October 26th and concluding on Saturday December 4th.
The comedian’s 2010 tour had been scheduled to coincide with the release of a new greatest hits comedy album on Nov. 23.