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Yes cancels concert for health reasons

The “In the Present Tour” featuring three original members of the British band Yes has canceled its scheduled appearance Tuesday at Spokane’s Knitting Factory Concert House.

The group announced it was canceling all concert dates through Feb. 24 “due to unforeseen medical reasons.”

People who bought tickets to the Spokane show by phone or online will receive automatic refunds to their credit cards, according to TicketsWest.

Those who purchased tickets in person at an outlet can get refunds by going to the Spokane Arena box office at 720 W. Mallon Ave., or mailing the tickets to TicketsWest, P.O. Box 6459, Spokane, WA 99217.

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