This would have been Kesha’s FIRST performance since her court date denying the singer to work and record without Dr. Luke. Honestly, you can’t blame the popstar with all the buzz circling her, she probably needs some peace…maybe a yoga session.
The Facebook page of the University’s Department of Programming made the official announcement and stopped all ticket sales.
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The Department of Programming ((dop)) has been notified that Kesha will no longer be able to perform at Loyola’s annual Colossus weekend due to personal reasons. Kesha has expressed her disappointment in having to cancel, but she feels that this is the best decision for her at this time. We respect her decision and wish her well.
Full refunds will be issued to those who purchased tickets to the Friday concert and more information about how refunds will be processed will be communicated to ticket purchasers via e-mail on March 2, 2016.
Comedian Nick Offerman will still perform as part of Saturday’s Colossus show and ((dop)) looks forward to planning more exciting events in the near future.
Posted by DOP on Wednesday, February 24, 2016