Five Finger Death Punch Concert Will Not Be Rescheduled

Five Finger Death Punch Concert Will Not Be Rescheduled Photo: Five Finger Death Punch

Updated: January 13, 2020 12:50 PM

DECC officials say the Five Finger Death Punch concert that was canceled on December 12, 2019 will not be rescheduled. 


According to a release forwarded by the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center, Five Finger Death Punch will cancel their three shows in Duluth, Omaha and Des Moines.

“The 3 shows in Duluth, Omaha and Des Moines that were recently postponed because of Jason’s emergency surgery cannot be rescheduled at this time and will have to be cancelled," the band said in a statement.

"We tried to find a solution to reschedule but there's currently no date where all bands on the bill are available. With that said, we love you guys and thank you for the outpouring of support."

Just an hour before the sold out concert was scheduled to begin on December 12th,, the rock group Five Finger Death Punch had to cancel due to a medical emergency with lead guitarist Jason Hook. 

The band says Jason Hook has recovered from his surgery and the band will be back on the road again soon.

Refunds on tickets will be given at original point of purchase.

The rock group said more information will be posted on its website,

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