Santana, John Fogerty Concert at Tempe Beach Park Canceled

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Promoter Lucky Man Concerts has canceled the Friday, October 30, date of the upcoming Monster Mash festival, which featured Santana, John Fogerty, and Tedeschi Trucks Band as headliners. 

Refunds are available at point of purchase. 

The Saturday, October 31, and Sunday, November 1, concert dates will continue as planned. Tool, Primus, and Coheed and Cambria are scheduled to play on Halloween, and Puscifer, Linkin Park, Rob Zombie, and Deftones are scheduled to play November 1. 

No reason for the cancellation was given other than the following message on the Monster Mash website:

"Due to unforeseen circumstances, the October 30th show at Tempe Beach Park has been canceled. ... The October 31st and November 1st show will go on as scheduled."

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