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Electronic duo Thievery Corporation cancel July 30 Knitting Factory show

Electronic duo Thievery Corporation has canceled its July 30 show at the Knitting Factory. (Jen Maler / Jen Maler)
Electronic duo Thievery Corporation has canceled its July 30 show at the Knitting Factory. (Jen Maler / Jen Maler)

Electronic duo Thievery Corporation’s July 30 show at the Knitting Factory has been canceled. No reason has been given for the cancellation.

Tickets purchased through Ticketweb will be automatically refunded. All other tickets can be refunded at point of sale.

The band’s website still lists a headlining performance at Rootfire in the Emerald City at Marymoor Park in Redmond on July 29.

The Washington, D.C.-based duo of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton released its latest album, “The Temple of I & I,” earlier this year.

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