Chasing Abbey reschedule Olympia gig
The Chasing Abbey boys will take to the stage at the Olympia Theatre Dublin on Friday the 28th of June.
They had to cancel their show on the 14th of April but have assured fans that all tickets are still valid for the gig this Summer.
"We have rescheduled our sold out Olympia show to FRI JUNE 28th. We want to thank you all so so much for your patience & understanding yesterday, & to MCD for helping us with a new date so quickly. It means the absolute world to us. - @ChasingAbbeyHQpic.twitter.com/vxVKpjsjza
— MCD Productions (@mcd_productions) 15 April 2019
The boys cancelled their show in the Olympia on the day of the gig.
They tweeted their followers, 'Dublin, to sell out the Olympia Theatre was an absolute dream.'
'It is with a heavy heart that we are unable to perform tonight's show.
'We are completely gutted and could not wait to see you tonight, but unfortunately an illness decided otherwise.'
DUBLIN 😓 pic.twitter.com/HlfACyoe17
— ) 14 April 2019
Who are they?
Ro, Bee and Teddy C are a three piece band from Tullamore.
They've just released their third single Choices which skyrocketed to the top of the downloads charts upon its release.
Their most popular song would probably be their hit That Good Thing.
Fans have been reacting on social media.
It's safe to say the lads have a great following.
'Gutted for ye lads. These things happen. Get well soon.'
Get well soon lads. Hope to have The Bis on The Olympia stage soon.
— The Olympia Theatre (@olympiatheatre) 14 April 2019
Gutted for ye lads. These things happen. Get well soon. 💛💛
— Stephanie Rainey (@stephanierainey) 14 April 2019
Health always comes first!
— MaRy-KaTe 👁 (@MaryKatexHx) 14 April 2019
Get well soon 😓
— Helen Desbois (@helendesbois) 15 April 2019
Whoever is ill I wish them a speedy recovery look things happen and wish ya all the best :)
— yvonne (@yvonnemcdonnel5) 14 April 2019
Hope you’re alright. You don’t owe us anything. Take care of yourselves lads and then we’ll see what happens❤️
— Liam (@Liam_Murphy59) 14 April 2019
Roll on the 28th of June!
Cover photo: Billboard