Deadline To Return Extremoduro Tickets Is Extended To December
The deadline to return Extremoduro tickets is extended to December, after the complaints from Facua. The pandemic made it difficult to hold the tour and caused the start of problems between the singer and the promoter. They denounce difficulty in returning tickets for the Extremoduro tour.
The promoter Live Nation, responsible for what was to be the great farewell tour of Extremoduro , has announced this Thursday that it is extending the deadline to request a refund of the amount for the tickets purchased until December 31, that is, three more months than initially stipulated.
The company has notified it in a statement sent to the media, a decision taken “to facilitate as much as possible” the process and that comes on the same day that the Facua consumer association has announced a complaint against it, among others. reasons, for which he considered too short a period for those affected.
Robe Iniesta, during the presentation of the Extremoduro tour now canceled.
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To request the return, Live Nation advises that it will have to be requested through the official channel through which the purchase was made .
It is also noted that “only” the reimbursement will be made “as long as” the applicant is the person who owns the purchase and that it had been made at a point of sale approved by the promoter.
It was at the end of 2019 when Extremoduro announced a farewell tour with large concerts that had to stop in eight Spanish cities and that generated great expectation, but the repeated difficulties for its celebration due to the pandemic forced its postponement and the start of an exchange of accusations between singer Robe Iniesta and the promoter .
Finally, on August 25, the musician announced the definitive cancellation of the Extremoduro tour, after having received a Burofax from Live Nation that ” terminated the tour contract and, therefore, considered it canceled.”
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“They have not wanted to do the tour because they have not wanted to wait for the pandemic to pass to set new dates, which is the only sensible thing that could be done in this situation,” the Placentino said in a statement.
Just a day later, Live Nation responded by proposing a deadline until September 30 to request a refund of the money for the tickets.
It was in a statement in which he showed his “astonishment” at “Iniesta’s persistent obsession in sowing doubt about the return of tickets” and that he accused the Extremaduran musician of “running away” himself from returning the “amounts anticipated in his power. “