The Steve Miller Band has cancelled its upcoming Victoria tour date out of an abundance of caution due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Contributed file photo)

Steve Miller Band cancels Victoria stop due to COVID-19 pandemic

Tickets will be automatically refunded if purchased in person

More events, festivals and concerts continue to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The latest cancellation sure to disappoint eager fans comes from the Steve Miller Band. The band, along with special guest Gary Mule Deer, was scheduled to appear at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria on Sept. 1, but has been cancelled due to the pandemic, out of an abundance of caution, according to a press release.

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All tickets purchased at Select Your Tickets online or via phone will be automatically refunded to the credit card on file. Anyone who purchased a ticket in-person will need to visit the Select Your Tickets box office or call 250-220-7777 with any questions.


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