(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Due to the recent cancellation of Lollapalooza 2004, The String Cheese Incident will soon announce a revised summer tour schedule with additional tour dates. SCI was sorry to hear that promoters and organizers decided to scrap the festival plans. As SCI bassist Keith Moseley responded, "We are big supporters of the vision of Lollapalooza and we were looking forward to collaborating with so many great musical acts. Our heart goes out to Perry Farrell, especially, who spent so much time and energy in trying to make this happen."
While The String Cheese Incident recognizes the cancellation of Lollapalooza 2004 as a big loss for musicians and music fans, the band is in no way discouraged by the hesitancy of a hurting concert industry. Just back from a hugely successful Bonnaroo weekend and their own sold-out Horning's Hideout shows in North Plains, Oregon, SCI sees plenty of vitality within the music scene. Today, the band is excited to launch a busy summer season with two sold-out performances at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado with The Allman Brothers Band on July 9 and 10. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers