Morrissey has officially cancelled the final six shows of his U.S. tour that were previously postponed in November. The singer cited difficulties with the tour's management company 360 Management (Three Six Zero) as the main reason for the cancellations.
Moz has gotten a bad rep over the years for cancelling tours, and its unknown if he will postpone the dates for 2017.
12/07 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
12/09 – Cleveland, OH @ Playhouse Square
12/10 – Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
12/16 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
Morrissey has added a stretch of U.S. dates to his tour, which is currently weaving throughout Australia. The 10-city trek will begin on November 9 in Irvine, California and extend through the rest of the month with stops in Reno, Boulder, Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, El Paso, Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago.
Morrissey was originally scheduled to perform at El Paso's Abraham Chavez Theatre on November 23, but the show was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. The replacement show for that date will now be held in Detroit.
With the current set of dates, tickets for Morrissey are averaging $118 on the resale market, with his priciest show scheduled for November 16 at the McFarlin Memorial Auditorium. For that night, tickets are averaging $212, with the cheapest ticket starting at $143. His cheapest stop so far, a November 5 stop at the Santa Barbara Bowl is averaging $106, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for $73. Tickets for the new shows will go on sale at various points at the end of this week, via Ticketmaster.
10-26 Adelaide, Australia - Thebarton Theatre
10-28 Canberra, Australia - Royal Theatre Canberra
10-29 Wollongong, Australia - WIN Entertainment Centre
10-31 Newcastle, Australia - Civic Theatre Newcastle
11-04 Irvine, CA - Bren Events Center at UC Irvine
11-05 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
11-09 Irvine, CA - UCI Bren Events Center
11-11 Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Theatre
11-12 Salt Lake City, UT - Eccles Theater
11-14 Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
11-16 Dallas, TX - McFarlin Memorial Auditorium
11-17 San Antonio, TX - Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
11-19 Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall
11-23 Detroit, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre
11-25 Cleveland, OH - State Theatre
11-27 Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom