SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – A German concert tour promoter claims they are owed $800,000 after singer Cyndi Lauper refused to perform several shows in Europe in violation of a contract negotiated through her agent.
Plaintiff Moderne Welt claims that with Lauper’s knowledge, they spent money on advertising, selling tickets and securing venues, only to have Lauper back out of the agreement “without warning.”
The July tour was to include scheduled performances in Stuttgart, Munich and Hamburg. According to the complaint, Lauper claimed that prior “film and television commitments” prevented her from performing.
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