Neon Trees postpone Oct. 7 show at Boulder Theater

Tyler Glenn from the band Neon Trees performs on NBC’s “Today” show in August. (Charles Sykes / Associated Press, Invision)

Staff Report

The Neon Trees have postponed some of their fall tour, including their Oct. 7 show at the Boulder Theater, a spokesperson for the band announced Friday.

The tour is being disrupted because bass player Branden Campbell recently underwent surgery to have a heart valve replaced.

“The intense touring schedule has been exhaustive and doctors have advised Campbell to slow down.

“We had initially thought we should cancel the entire tour, but Branden wouldn’t let us, thus the new abridged dates can be found on our website We are very sorry that we are postponing some of our upcoming dates. Obviously, our bass player’s health must come first, and we thank all of our fans for understanding. We will make it up to you in the near future – we promise.”

The Neon Trees’ now-12-stop toured opened Sept. 12 in Cologne, Germany. The bad will not play between a Sept. 30 gig in Santa Ana, California, and an Oct. 16 stop in New York City.

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