UPDATE: JAN. 15, 2019, 5:05 P.M. EST

Venue Cymru has posted to their twitter account explaining why Palaye Royale’s set was ended prematurely.

“The decision to stop this evening’s performance by Palaye Royale was taken by the tour promoter for safety reasons. We are sorry for any disappointment this may have caused.”

ORIGINAL STORY: JAN. 15, 2019, 4:05 P.M. EST

Palaye Royale were forced to end their show after Remington Leith went into the crowd.

At a show in North Wales on Monday, the band was forced to end their set after Leith left the stage and entered the audience.

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The band were not informed prior that if they went into the crowd that the show would be forced to end, they said in a tweet.

“2019. Rock n’ roll and live entertainment is soft,” the tweet read. “We are sorry to the fans that bought tickets.”

The show was at Venue Cymru. Apparently once the final song ended, the venue pulled the plug and forced the band to exit the stage, one concert attendee explained in a tweet.

More fans tweeted their support for the band after the incident.

Palaye Royale were supporting Enter Shikari at the show along with Black Peaks. The venue has not tweeted about the incident as of press time.

You can view Palaye’s remaining dates with Enter Shikari below and pick up tickets here.


01/16 – Liverpool @ O2 Academy
01/18 – Bristol @ O2 Academy
01/19 – Southend @ Cliffs Pavilion
01/20 – Norwich @ UEA
01/23 – Glasgow @ Barrowland Ballroom
01/24 – Aberdeen @ Beach Ballroom
01/25 – Inverness @ Ironworks
01/26 – Preston @ Preston Guild Hall
01/28 – Northhampton @ Roadmender
01/29 – Southhampton @ O2 Guildhall
01/30 – Cambridge @ Corn Exchange
02/01 – Birmingham @ O2 Academy
02/02 – Leeds @ O2 Academy
02/03 – Manchester @ Academy
02/04 – Newcastle @ O2 Academy

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