Faith No More have announced rescheduled dates for their European tour. The shows will now take place next year in 2021. All previously purchased tickets will be honoured at the new dates. The band’s Australian tour has also been postponed to next year as well as their shows with System of A Down, Korn, Helmet, and Russian Circles. Faith No More released Sol Invictus in 2015 on Ipecac Records. Check out the new dates below.
Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer have announced that they will be postponing their North American Hella Mega Tour dates to summer 2021. In a statement the bands say that they are working to finalize rescheduled dates with the same venues and those dates will be announced soon. All previously purchased tickets will be honoured and refunds will be available if needed. This announcement comes after the postponement of their European dates to 2021 a few weeks ago and the release of rescheduled Green Day only tour dates in Asia. Green Day released Father of All Motherfuckers in 2020, Fall Out Boy released Mania in 2018, and Weezer released Weezer in 2019. Check out the statements and Green Day’s rescheduled tour dates below.
Turnover have announced rescheduled dates for their South American and Latin American tour. The tour will now take place in January 2021. All previously held tickets will be honoured. Turnover released Altogether in 2019 on Run For Cover Records. Check out the new dates below.
Last month Dropkick Murphys and Rancid announced the postponement of the Boston to Berkley 2 tour dates. Due to the current pandemic, both bands have now decided that the best thing to do is to cancel the tour. Both bands have released statements that state ticket holders will be notified with refund options and both also state “We will continue to monitor this situation in hopes to bring this back better than ever in 2021”. See the statements from both bands below.
Mike Kinsella has announced a new album, tour dates, and a new single from his solo project Owen. The album will be called The Avalanche and is due out on June 19 via Polyvinyl Records. The tour dates are set to begin in July and run through the summer and into the fall. Owen has also released the audio for “A New Hope”. Owen released The King of Whys in 2016. Check out the song and tour dates below.
Lagwagon have announced rescheduled dates for their European tour that were originally scheduled for this June and August. The shows will now take place in next year, 2021. Lagwagon will be joined by Good Riddance, Make War, Adolescents, Strung Out, and Bad Religion on select dates. A new show in Cologne has been added and the band said on their social media accounts that more rescheduled dates will be announced “in the coming weeks and months”. Lagwagon released Railer in 2019 on Fat Wreck Chords. Check out the new dates below.
Rage Against the Machine have announced rescheduled tour dates for their reunion tour with Run the Jewels. The tour will now run in the spring and summer of 2021. All previously held tickets will be honoured and refunds are available at the point of purchase if they are needed. The band released a statement on their website and social media accounts reading in part,
“We sincerely hope that each one of you and your families and friends stay safe and well and that music is bringing you solace and inspiration. We look forward to seeing you.”
Check out the band’s full statement and new tour dates below.
AJJ have announced rescheduled tour dates for their tour with Xiu Xiu and Emperor X for March 2021. The tour was originally scheduled for May and June of this year. All previously held tickets will be honoured and refunds are available through the promoter. The band said in a statement on Instagram that “any dates missing from the flyer are still having details worked out”. AJJ released Good Luck Everybody in 2020 via AJJ unlimited LTD. Check out the tour dates below.
Diet Cig have announced more rescheduled dates for this fall. Sad13 and Thin Lips will be playing support on select dates. Diet Cig’s new album Do You Wonder About Me? comes out May 1 via Frenchkiss Records. The band released Swear I’m Good At This in 2017. Check out the dates below.
Bouncing Souls have announced rescheduled dates for their tour with Leftover Crack and Pkew Pkew Pkew. Crazy and the Brains will join the tour from October 11th to 21st and Big Nothing will be playing October 22nd to the 24th. The tour was originally scheduled for May and all previously purchased tickets will be honoured. Bouncing Souls released Crucial Moments [EP] in 2019 via Rise Records. Check out the dates below.
Atlanta-based rockers Microwave have announced the postponed dates for their European tour that was set to begin earlier this month and go into May. The tour will now take place during February and March of 2021. All previously held tickets will be honoured with the exception of Munich, Vienna, and Frankfurt. The Munich and Vienna shows have been rescheduled at different venues and the purchase of new tickets is required. Any previously held tickets for those shows will be available for refund at the point of purchase. Frankfurt has been cancelled and tickets are also available for refund at the point of purchase. Microwave released Death Is A Warm Blanket in 2019 on Pure Noise Records. Check out the new dates below.