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After Australian Jason Bonham Led Zeppelin Experience fans jumped in joy that the show was being brought down under, their joy is now turning into sadness that two of the 3 dates have now been cancelled.

By August 7, 2012, Ticketmaster showed on their website that the September 14 Melbourne date had been cancelled due to "unforseen circumstances".

A few days later, after a fan had saw on Ticketmaster's website that the Perth date of September 15 no longer existed in the database, they called Ticketmaster and was told that the show may be scheduled to another date & that they were waiting on the promoter to get back to them.

Later that day, an email was sent out saying that the Perth show was relocated to Metro City Concert Club in Northbridge and switched to November 24, 2012.

Unfortunately, today it was officially announced by Ticketmaster that the Perth date was completely cancelled.

This begs the question whether the Sydney show will go on as scheduled or if it will be cancelled. Hopefully, the Jason Bonham Led Zeppelin Experience can reschedule more dates in Australia this fall and not disappoint its fans.

What is up with the Aussie JBLZE dates?
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