The band apologized to their fans for canceling the show in Brighton, England, saying 'Mother nature is a b**ch sometimes.'
The Scissor Sisters have apologized to fans after they were forced to cancel their show in Brighton, south England on Thursday, December 2 night as a result of the severe weather conditions. The "Filthy/Gorgeous" hitmakers were scheduled to play the Brighton Centre and had vowed to make the concert after heavy snowfall in Britain caused disruption on the roads.
Taking to their Facebook.com page on Thursday morning, they promised, "We're on route to Brighton and as far as we're concerned the snow is not stopping tonight's show!" But the harsh weather and freezing temperatures caused organizers to ax the performance at the last minute for the safety of gig-goers.
A subsequent post on the social networking site read, "Your Scissters are here at Brighton Centre ready to play and we're GUTTED to find out that a decision has been made to cancel tonight's show. The safety of our fans is our priority and travelling to or from our show tonight has become seemingly impossible. Mother nature is a b**ch sometimes but we get to double your pleasure next week in Brighton, with a rescheduled matinee show on 12/12. Stay warm and see you soon."