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Black Eyed Peas Finally Reschedule Their Central Park Show

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Guess that hiatus isn't starting up for a while, then???

Back in June, fans were PISSED when the Black Eyed Peas cancelled their Central Park Show after they waited for eight hours in extreme heat and rain to see the group perform.

It's too bad that BEP couldn't set a new date for the summer, but at least fans who waited to see the band on that awful day will get another chance to see them this September.

The Black Eyed Peas have officially rescheduled their free Central Park concert for Sept. 30, and they'll be offering replacement tickets to all the fans who didn't get a chance to see them perform back in June.

As a reminder, the show benefits the Robin Hood Foundation, which is an anti-poverty organization.

BEP fans who did not try to attend the June show MAY be able to see the rescheduled show, as a small amount of tickets will be going on sale.

Did U try to see the Black Eyed Peas' Central Park show in June? Will U be attending the replacement show?

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5 comments to “Black Eyed Peas Finally Reschedule Their Central Park Show”



  1. 1

    hopefully they'll get stricken by lightning



  2. 2

    Uh, it's a "free" concert but "tickets are going on sale?"



  3. 3

    Re: ParisIsBurning – The word you're groping for is "struck," not "stricken."



  4. 4

    anyone stupid enough to wait to see the Black Eyed Peas deserves "extreme heat and rain"



  5. 5

    They are also playing a benefit show in Minot, ND to aid flood victims. I believe it's over Labor Day weekend and $100 a ticket.