Bill Cosby's New York Tour Dates Canceled

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The Music Hall in Tarrytown is offering refunds for two Saturday performances

More of Bill Cosby's tour dates have been canceled in the wake of sexual assault allegations against the comedian.

The Tarrytown Music Hall in New York announced on Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday that "Bill Cosby, in consultation with the promoter, has agreed to postpone his Music Hall performances to a later date. All ticket holders will be refunded in full."

The comedian was scheduled to perform at the Music Hall twice on Saturday.

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Though the Music Hall called it a postponement, The Journal News reported a theater representative said refunds would be offered "as with any cancellation."

Several venues have canceled dates for the comedian's tour, including theaters in Las Vegas; Champaign, Ill., Sahuarita, Ariz., Henderson, Tenn., and Durant, Okla.

His next shows are planned for Jan. 7-9 in Ontario, Canada.

 
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