Monkees 45th anniversary tour of the U.S. *Canceled*

The remaining dates of the Monkees 45th anniversary tour of the U.S. were canceled Monday. No official reason was given, but informed sources said the rest of the dates were not run by the group.

Reports had starting circulating earlier in the day that some or all of the dates had been cancelled.  A posting on Davy Jones’ Facebook page was the first official word to confirm it. It read, in part, “After having contacted a representative of Davy Jones, it has been determined that the remainder of The Monkees 2011 tour HAS BEEN CANCELLED. No reason has been given at this time. When more information becomes available, it will be posted.”

No further information was available on what triggered the sudden cancellation.

Upcoming shows were listed on Ticketmaster for New York State, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New Jersey and Ohio. The tour started in England in May and hit the U.S. in June. – Examiner

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    If I never get to see The Monkees ever again, it will not be the end of the world for me as I have seen them twice already: once at Chastain Park, outside venue, in Atlanta in the late 80′s and again at an inside venue somewhere in Georgia. The were great both times, sans Mike Nesmith. Have not seen him since the MTV/VH1 movie about The Monkees. Wonder what he looks like today…?

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