A recent announcement will be welcoming news for St. Louis' eager Miley Cyrus fans. However, the conditions attached to it might not be so welcome.
Cyrus will be performing in St. Louis after all. Her concert, which had been previously canceled, has been rescheduled for August 10 at the Scottrade Center. This show is part of her ongoing "Bangerz Tour," which has been traveling across the country for the past couple of months.
However, if you bought a ticket for the original April 16 show, they will not be honored by Scottrade Center. They are now effectively useless for attending the new concert. Those who purchased tickets will get a full refund, but will still have to re-buy tickets for the rescheduled August show.
According to the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, Scottrade Center had originally decided to honor the April 16 tickets as valid for the rescheduled show. Now, they have changed their stance, branding the old tickets as invalid.
The "Bangerz Tour" was officially put on hiatus last week due to medical issues surrounding Cyrus' health. She reportedly had a bad allergic reaction to a antibiotic, which sent her to a hospital in Kansas City. The sudden hospitalization meant many canceled shows and rescheduling for future dates. The Europe tour, however, will go on as originally scheduled.
While those who originally bought tickets for the St. Louis show on April 16 will have a refund, with which to buy new tickets like everyone else, it could be seen as a slight to those who had bought them in the first place.
Tickets for the rescheduled "Bangerz" show in St. Louis will go on sale this Friday at 10 CST. They will cost between $20-90 per person.