Andy Black and Juliet Simms have been making their rounds this summer as part of Rockstar Disrupt Festival‘s lineup. Yesterday, the event contacted fans to state the upcoming show July 13 in Thornville, Ohio was canceled three days out.

Now, Black and Simms have swooped in to save the day for Ohio fans, announcing a surprise show in Cincinnati to replace the canceled festival date.

Check out the details below!



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Last month, Disrupt Festival kicked off their summer tour.

Yesterday, ticketholders for the Ohio date were contacted to reveal the event was canceled due to “logistical reasons.”

You can read the statement in full below as well as a screenshot of the email from the Facebook event page.

“Due to logistical reasons, Rockstar Disrupt Festival set for July 13th at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH has been canceled.

Front Gate Tickets will be issuing refunds to all fans who purchased a ticket. The refund will be credited to the original method of payment used at the time of purchase. Refunds will be processed on, or before, Friday, July 12th. Please allow 7-10 days after processing for the refund to be reflected on your statement.”

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Read more: Rockstar Disrupt Festival cancels Columbus stop three days out

The festival has several bands rotating throughout its run. Outside of Black and Simms, the Columbus stop was to feature performances from ThriceSum 41Circa Survivethe UsedAtreyuSleeping With SirensFour Year StrongMemphis May FireTrophy Eyes and Hyro The Hero.

Today, Black and Simms unveiled the good news of a surprise show at Top Cats in Cincinnati to make up for the canceled event.

The show will take place Saturday, July 13. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. EST with tickets coming in at $15. The gig will include Andy Black featuring guests Juliet Simms and Hyro The Hero. You can purchase your tickets, here.

Will you be attending this surprise show? Sound off in the comments below!

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