Bon Iver cancel ‘Come Through’ shows after TU Dance company founder accused of sexual misconduct

They're offering refunds for all ticket holders

Bon Iver have cancelled their forthcoming Come Through shows with dance company TU Dance after their co-founder was accused of sexual harrassment, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Bon Iver were set to perform in Houston, Nashville, and New Orleans at the end of February with the Minnesota dance group, but now refunds are being offered and the shows will not be rescheduled. The Justin Vernon-fronted band also revealed that the cancellations will not affect any other 2020 tour dates. “Due to circumstances outside our control, all upcoming performances of ‘Come Through’ have been cancelled,” Bon Iver wrote on Twitter.

The announcement comes after TU Dance co-founder Uri Sands resigned from the company at the end of 2019 after a previous employee accused him of sexual harrassment in a lawsuit, with the accuser’s attorney revealing that Sands had “sexually exploited” the client, resulting in “nonconsensual sexual intercouse.”

Check out the announcement in full below.