Johnny Depp’s Hollywood Vampires cancel gig last minute leaving fans concerned

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When he’s not starring in blockbuster movies, Johnny Depp loves touring with his rock band the Hollywood Vampires.

Named after frontman Alice Cooper’s old drinking club in LA with half of The Beatles (John and Ringo) and Keith Moon, the group with the Jack Sparrow star also includes Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. had the pleasure of seeing the Hollywood Vampires live at the O2 earlier this month during their latest tour, which is now ongoing across mainland Europe.

Last night the band were set to perform in Budapest but suddenly cancelled the gig so last minute that fans were already queuing to get into the venue.

The group released a statement on their social media announcing the sudden move but gave a vague reason leaving fans worried.

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Hollywood Vampires wrote: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Vampires will be canceling tonight’s show in Budapest. All tickets (general and VIP, including meet & greet) will be refunded in full.

“We love and appreciate all of the fans who traveled from near and far to see us rise, and we’re truly sorry. Sincere apologies, The Hollywood Vampires.”

Fans expressed their concern in the comments of the Instagram post.

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One fan wrote: “Cancelling the show while we’re queuing is questionably weird. I sincerely hope everyone’s alright.”

Another added: “They cancelled the concert some minutes before it should start. They are aware that people were waiting many hours for the show and I’m sure they have a significant excuse. I know many people are upset, that it was cancelled but imagine they would perform.

“Then everyone would complain that the show sucked because everyone on stage was in a shitty mood. So please think about that. XX.”

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