Ellie Goulding, the famous Fifty Shades of Grey track singer, recently canceled her Delirium tour shows in Adelaide and Perth. This is due to an unforeseen conflict of schedule.

Ellie Goulding andFrontier Touring apologizes to ticket holders

In a statement released today, Ellie Goulding's Australian promoters, Frontier Touring, sincerely apologized to the fans who got affected and already bought the tickets for the concert shows in Adelaide and Perth. The supposed to be date for the Adelaide show was October 10 and Perth on October 12.

Because of the unforeseen conflict of schedules, these two shows were canceled.

However, it was reported that the five remaining dates on the British pop star's Australian and New Zealand tour would still be pushed through. She would perform in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne with the support of Years and Years and Asta. The tour would start on September 29 in Christchurch.

Ellie Goulding ensured ticket holders are entitled to full refund

Meanwhile, the existing ticket holders for the two canceled shows were said to be entitled to a refund.

Also, it was revealed that credit and debit card purchases would be refunded in full within ten days. However, for those who purchased the tickets in cash or by the use of EFTPOS would need to return to Ticketek or post their tickets back to get the full refund. (The buyers could head on to Ticketek's head office at the Regal Theatre, Subiaco. Or, they could address it to Ticketek Cancelled Show, Ellie Goulding, P.O.

Box 8012, Subiaco East, WA 6008.)

Ellie Goulding joins list of internationally recognized artists in Perth

The Love Me Like You Do singer was reported to join the growing list of internationally recognized artists in Perth who have excluded it from their Australian tours. In spite of the promising $30 million Perth Arena to attract big-name artists, some still opted out to perform there.

In addition, it was mentioned that Ellie Goulding followed fellow British electronic musician James Blake in canceling his Perth sideshow on July 30 at HBF Stadium.

Ellie Gouldingreleased Delirium album last year

The Delirium album, the singer/songwriter's third studio album, was released on November 6, 2015. It had 16 tracks, which are as follows: 1. Intro (Delirium); 2. Aftertaste; 3. Something in the Way You Move; 4. Keep on Dancin'; 5. On My Mind; 6. Around You; 7. Codes; 8. Holding on for Life; 9. Love Me Like You Do; 10. Don't Need Nobody; 11. Don't Panic; 12. We Can't Move to This; 13. Army; 14. Lost and Found; 15. Devotion; 16. Scream it Out.

This Ellie Goulding album had been released by Polydor Records.

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