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Victoria Border Closure Sees Human Nature Cancel Sidney Myer Music Bowl Show

Victoria’s Acting Premier Jacinta Allen announced yesterday that the state would be shutting its border to New South Wales, with concerns over Sydney’s coronavirus outbreak.

The border will close today, Friday 1st January at 11:59pm. It means border closures have once again rearranged artists’ touring plans.

Human Nature are the first affected of the Live at the Bowl series. They’ve had to cancel their Sidney Myer Music Bowl show which was scheduled for Saturday, 9th January.

In a statement, Arts Centre Melbourne said the show, “will be cancelled due to restrictions between Sydney NSW and Victoria due to the current COVID-19 outbreaks impacting travel.”

“The group have only just reunited with band member Toby Allen who complied with QLD Health regulations and isolated for 14 days in Brisbane after only clearing Perth quarantine two weeks earlier and tested negative.”

They also specify that full refunds will be distributed, with patrons not needing to take action.

Read the statement in full down below.

So far, Human Nature is the only cancellation in the Live at the Bowl series.

Human Nature & Arts Centre Melbourne Statment

Arts Centre Melbourne sadly informs fans that Human Nature’s Live At The Bowl upcoming performance on Saturday, January 9th, 2021 will be cancelled due to restrictions between Sydney NSW and Victoria due to the current COVID-19 outbreaks impacting travel.

The group have only just reunited with band member Toby Allen who complied with QLD Health regulations and isolated for 14 days in Brisbane after only clearing Perth quarantine two weeks earlier and tested negative.

Human Nature send their deepest apologies to their Melbourne fans and any fans traveling to this event and look forward to returning to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Hamer Hall for their Good Good Life show on Friday September 10, 2021.

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