Ronstadt's show canceled at Pier Six

August 23, 1991|By J.D. Considine

Linda Ronstadt's appearance at the Pier Six Concert Pavilion Aug. 30 has been canceled due to "unavoidable changes in the artist's touring schedule creating an irreconcilable conflict," according to a spokeswoman for Ms. Ronstadt's agent at the William Morris Agency. She declined to elaborate further, saying that the cancellation was of a "personal" nature.

The show, which also was to feature Los Camperos de Nati Cano, is the second concert this month to be canceled at Pier Six. A package featuring Patti Austin, James Ingram, George Howard and others was pulled on Aug. 6 because of poor ticket sales. But Pier Six spokeswoman Michele Montagnese said yesterday that the Ronstadt show "was selling fine." Pier Six officials had no further explanation of the Ronstadt cancellation.

All refunds can be handled at the venue's box office either in person or by mailing tickets to Pier Six, 731 Eastern Ave., Baltimore 21202, Attn: Box Office.

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