Tonight's sold out Scissor Sisters' show at the 9:30 Club has been postponed as the band is stranded in upstate New York due to inclement weather. However, the club is asking people to hold onto their tickets as a new show date will be announced soon.
From the Scissor Sisters Facebook Page:
Tonight's show at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC has unfortunately been postponed. Our tour bus ended up in a heavy snow storm about 2AM. The roads got so bad we had to pull over and got stuck in a snow drift in Syracuse, NY about 4 hours south of Ottowa ON Canada where we were travelling from last night's show. In all our years of touring we had never been in the middle of such bad weather. We couldn't shovel the bus out in time to get safely to our DC performance. We are very disappointed and were extremely excited to play tonight for what we knew was going to be a special show. Hold onto your tickets because we are trying to reschedule this date as soon as we can. We will let you know either today or tomorrow when the rescheduled date is. We love you guys, and can't wait to get back, slap on some rubber, and dance and sing and sweat all over you.
Xoxo Jake, Ana, BD and Del
On a related note, the Shearon Van Riggins afterparty at Town has also been postponed and will be rescheduled once a new date for the concert is announced.
We'll have news for you on the new date as soon as we hear something.