Fans of Chevelle will have to wait a little longer to “Send the Pain Below.” Concert promoter Jade Presents announced on Wednesday that the Illinois-based heavy-rock trio has postponed its June 25 concert at the Wilma Theatre.
Citing “unforeseen issues in their tour schedule,” Chevelle has rescheduled its Missoula appearance for August 26. The concert will take place at the Wilma Theatre.
All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the August 26 date. Additional tickets to the concert are still available at a price of $30 plus fees, via Rockin Rudy’s, Ear Candy, by phone (800) 514-3849, and online at www.JadePresents.com.
Those who already purchased tickets to the concert but cannot attend on the rescheduled date should call (701) 298-0071.
Chevelle’s June 22 and 23 concerts with Papa Roach, in Billings and Helena respectively, have been cancelled outright. Ticket refunds to those concerts may be obtained at the point of purchase.
Comprised of brothers Pete and Sam Loeffler and their brother-in-law, Dean Bernardini, Chevelle has sold more than 2 million albums in the United States and charted several top-10 hits on Billboard’s Modern Rock charts, including “Send the Pain Below,” “Well Enough Alone,” and “Letter from a Thief.”