Morrissey Postpones ‘Low In High School’ European Tour Dates Citing ‘Logistical Circumstances’

Morrissey won’t bring his “Low In High School” (LIHS) world tour to the UK and mainland Europe this summer, “due to logistical circumstances beyond our control,” according to a statement from Morrissey’s management.

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Morrissey makes a stop at Palacio De Los Deportes in Mexico City March 31.

In the UK, cancellations affect the July 4 show at Usher Hall in Edinburgh, two nights at the Castlefield Bowl in Manchester, July 7-8, one night at the Guildhall in Portsmouth, July 10, and one concert at the Rivermead Leisure Complex in Reading.

Also affected are the July 15 concert at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany, the July 17 gig at Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark, and the July 19 show at Dalhalla in Rattvik, Sweden.

The “LIHS” tour will recommence Nov. 23 at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, Mexico. Morrissey’s management stated that the cancelled shows are going to be postponed.

“We deeply regret any inconvenience to the fans and promise to reschedule UK and European dates as soon as possible.

“All original purchasers from official ticket outlets will have the full ticket fee refunded, including booking fee, to their credit/debit cards. Refunds from ticket agents will be actioned from midday on Monday, July 2.”

The artist’s management also states that the “LIHS” has been Morrissey’s “most successful tour to date, having achieved record business for the artist in both the U.S. and the UK.”

Pollstar’s box office reports show Morrissey’s last UK concert on March 9 at the 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace, grossed $633,320.