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US Promoter Bashes Chronixx...

Posted: May 29, 2013
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Chronixx management is setting the record straight following confusion about an event slated for the US.

Daddy Barnes of Chronixx’s management team says that a delay with paperwork is the source of the postponements.

However the promoters have since issued a lengthy statement saying “Last night is was brought to our attention via email that reggae artiste Chronixx will not be able to honor his commitment to perform at the West Indian Social Club of Hartford, CT on Sunday June 9.

This comes after months of preparation & promotion & days; after we were forced to postpone the original date. When we were contacted just days before the original show we were told by Chronixx’s management; that the issue would be resolved in time for the new date. We printed new materials bought more ads.

Just to receive a brief email saying 'oops sorry' we can't make that one either? We were informed by His management that the issue to file the required travel documents is the result of 'feet dragging' and waiting until the last hour to handle what should have been done earlier.”

The promoters of Bigga Yard, DNZ Productions & Billionare Ent continue to say “Chronixx ‘s management approached us about staging this event, we poured our hearts & time into promoting not only the event but the artiste. We received nothing but unprofessional conduct from taking a month to receive advertisement vocals to this latest unfortunate series of events.”

On behalf of Bigga Yard, DNZ Productions & Billionare Ent we would like to offer refunds to all ticket holders & extend our humblest apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this lack of consideration on the part of the artiste.

We strive to bring quality events to CT & will continue to do so. We are seeking legal Counsel for compensation.

Thanks for your patience and understanding with this matter.

 

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