Sum 41 canceled his Paris concert abruptly after an explosive device was detonated on Saturday at the venue.
The In Too Deep singer was scheduled to perform on the day at the Les Etoiles with Deryk Whibley, Frank Zummo, Dave Baksh, Tom Thacker and McCaslin.
Just hours before hitting the venue he was forced to call the gig off and the group released a statement reading, “During load in for tonight’s performance in Paris an explosive device was detonated just outside of the venue door.”
However, the statement that was shared on Instagram is now deleted. The post confirmed band, crew and fans in line were safe but they are not sure about the safety of the fans in attendance.
About refund the team of Sum 41 said it is being discussed whether a make up show could be scheduled soon.
The statement read the team is deeply saddened to call off the performance and urged fans to stay tuned for more updates about rescheduled event in coming weeks.
The original statement later was replaced with this: Unfortunately, the Sum 41 show at Les Etoiles is cancelled tonight. All tickets will be refundable with your ticket sellers… Further details will be posted ASAP.
Fans replied on the post urging Sum 41 to stay safe.
The next performance of the Fat Lip star is on January 20 in London and on Tuesday the team will head to Amsterdam.