Reel Big Fish & Goldfinger Reschedule South American Tour Due To Hospitalization

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Reel Big FishReel Big Fish and Goldfinger have been forced to reschuled their seven-date tour of Brazil and Argentina that was previously scheduled to take place from June 22nd to July 2nd.

Unfortunately Aaron Barrett (lead singer of Reel Big Fish) was rushed to the hospital this week after suffering severe stomach pains which turned out to be acute appendicitis. Barrett was the rushed him into emergency surgery the remove the ruptured organ. While Barrett remains in the hospital, he is doing well and beginning the recovery process. However it will not be possible for him to travel within the next 10 days and therefore they have been forced to reschedule the tour for October. The new dates are below.

Barrett will be ready to play later dates of their North American Tour starting July 6th with Streetlight Manifesto in Texas.

Reel Big Fish are currently supporting their recent album, a 3 Disc extended version of “A Best of Us for The Rest of Us” which was released today through Rock Ridge Music.

Rescheduled dates with Goldfinger

Fri 21 October @ Moinho Eventos, Curitiba, Brazil
Sat 22 October @ Carioca Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sun 23 October @ Criciuma Music Hall, Criciuma, Brazil
Wed 26 October @ Circo Voador, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Thu 27 October @ Bar Opiniao, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Fri 28 October @ Willie Dixon, Rosario, Argentina
Sat 29 October @ El Teatro Flores, Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Tickets for all shows remain valid for the new dates.

Co-headline Summer tour with Streetlight Manifesto

Rodeo Ruby Love – July 6 thru Aug 14 (Entire tour)
The Maxies – July 6 thru July 21
New Riot – July 22 thru Aug 14

Wed/Jul-06-2011 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Thu/Jul-07-2011 San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
Fri/Jul-08-2011 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
Sat/Jul-09-2011 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre
Sun/Jul-10-2011 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee theatre
Mon/Jul-11-2011 Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
Tue/Jul-12-2011 Anaheim, CA @ Grove of Anaheim
Wed/Jul-13-2011 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
Thu/Jul-14-2011 Los Angeles, CA @ Club Nokia
Fri/Jul-15-2011 San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
Sun/Jul-17-2011 Denver, CO @ Ogden theatre
Mon/Jul-18-2011 Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont club
Tue/Jul-19-2011 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Wed/Jul-20-2011 St Louis, MO @ the Pageant
Thu/Jul-21-2011 Pontiac, MI @ Clutch Cargos
Fri/Jul-22-2011 Toronto, ONT @ SoundAcademy
Sat/Jul-23-2011 Clifton ParkNY @ Northern Lights
Sun/Jul-24-2011 Portland, ME @ State Theatre
Mon/Jul-25-2011 Montreal, QUE @ Metropolis
Tue/Jul-26-2011 Providence, RI @ Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
Wed/Jul-27-2011 Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Thu/Jul-28-2011 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Fri/Jul-29-2011 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Sat/Jul-30-2011 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
Sun/Jul-31-2011 Washington D.C. @ 9:30 club
Mon/Aug-01-2011 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Tue/Aug-02-2011 SayrevilleNJ @ Starland Ballroom
Wed/Aug-03-2011 Norfolk, VA @ the Norva
Thu/Aug-04-2011 Charlotte, NC @ the Fillmore Charlotte
Sat/Aug-6-2011 Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
Sun/Aug-07-2011 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Mon/Aug-08-2011 Atlanta, GA @ the Masquerade
Tue/Aug-09-2011 Richmond, VA @ The National
Wed/Aug-10-2011 New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre
Thu/Aug-11-2011 Rochester, NY @ Main Street Armory
Fri/Aug-12-2011 Niagara, NY @ Rapids Theatre
Sat/Aug-13-2011 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
Sun/Aug-14-2011 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues