Late postponement for Massive Attack's sold-out St. Paul show

They'd been due to play the Palace Theatre on Mar. 24.
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Music fans lucky enough to get tickets to Massive Attack's sold-out St. Paul show will now have to wait till fall to see them.

The influential British electronic trio were due to take to the stage at the Palace Theatre on March 24.

However, it was announced on Friday that the band is postponing its Mezzanine XXI tour "due to illness."

"The shows will be rescheduled for this fall, with a full announcement to be made on Thursday March 14," the band said.

"All current tickets will be valid for the new dates. The band are deeply sorry for any inconvenience and are looking forward to bringing the show to the USA and Canada soon."

Massive Attack was touring on the back of the 21st anniversary of its 1998 album Mezzanine, its most commercially successful album that featured "Teardrop" among its singles.

The band hit the big time in 1991 with its first album, Blue Lines, that featured the hit "Unfinished Sympathy."

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