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Megadeth cancels shows at The Republik

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    Thrash metal band Megadeth canceled both of their shows in Honolulu twice next week. The current iteration includes drummer Chris Adler (from the band Lamb of God), left, guitarist Kiko Loureiro, guitarist-vocalist Dave Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson.

Pioneering speed metal band Megadeth is cancelling its or Wednesday and Thursday performances at The Republik.

“Due to a last minute scheduling issue, the band regrettably has to cancel the shows on March 2 and 3 in Honolulu,” Megadeth management said in a statement released Monday by local promoter BAMP Project.

Refunds are available online or the location where the tickets were purchased, with the exception of tickets purchased at University of Hawaii ticket outlets. Those refunds must beobtained at The Republik.

BAMP is inviting ticketholders to The Safehouse on the day of the show for a free drink. You must be 21 to take advantage of the drink, however.

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