Neil Young & Crazy Horse cancel Copenhagen concert

“An accident” has led to the canceling of the remainder of the band’s European tour, including Monday’s planned gig at Forum

Those expecting to spend Monday night rocking in the free world with Neil Young & Crazy Horse are in for a major disappointment. 


The 67-year-old Young announced via his website today that all remaining dates on his European tour with Crazy Horse have been cancelled. 


"Due to an accident involving Crazy Horse, the remaining dates on the Neil Young and Crazy Horse tour of Europe and the British Isles have been cancelled," the announcement read. "We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes to our fans or the festivals where we were scheduled to appear. As you must be, we too are disappointed at this unfortunate turn of events."


As of Thursday evening, neither promoter Live Nation nor ticket seller Billetnet had provided any information about ticket refunds.


Monday's show would have been the first time in over a decade that Neil Young and Crazy Horse played together in Denmark. Although the short announcement from the band did not go into specifics, Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet reported that an unnamed member of Crazy Horse was injured in an accident. 


In addition to the cancellation of Monday's show at Forum, the other affected concerts are in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Belgium and England.