We Came As Romans, Bad Omens, Dragonforce, Attila, Alice Cooper and More Cancel Tours
More metal and hard rock tour cancelations have rolled in this evening as a result of the coronavirus, on a day that has already seen several waves of cancelation/postponement announcements. Most, if not all, of the bands are vowing to reschedule for later in the year.
MetalSucks is keeping a running list of metal and hard rock tours worldwide canceled or postponed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. This post will be updated on a continual basis as updates come in. Be sure to bookmark the above page and check back for frequent updates in the coming days and weeks.
The latest updates:
- We Came as Romans called off their North American run with The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon and Dayseeker. The tour had been underway since March 5 and was supposed to carry on through April 11. The band says rescheduled dates will take place in July.
- Bad Omens, Oh, Sleeper, Thousand Below and Bloodline, who had been on the road together since February 13, have ended their tour before its planned March 28 conclusion.
- Attila, Xavier Wulf and Volumes scrapped their whole tour, which had been set to run March 26 through April 25.
- Dragonforce called off their tour, which had been going since March 5 and was to run through March 21.
- Overkill only had two dates left of their tour with Exhorder this weekend, but decided today to axe those.
- Tool postponed the Idaho date of their tour set to take place on Saturday, March 14, which they’d previously said would go on. Friday and Monday’s dates were previously canceled.
- Alice Cooper scrapped his entire spring tour with Lita Ford, set to run March 30 through April 22.
- Alice in Chains frontman William DuVall canceled his European / U.K. tour, March 25 through April 30.
- I Prevail canceled their European / U.K. tour, which started on February 20 and was intended to run through March 28.
- He Is Legend dropped off their tour with While She Sleeps.
- The Acacia Strain were forced by local ordinances to cancel their shows in Portland, Berkeley and Los Angeles, and are insisting the rest of their tour is still on.
Be sure to keep up with our running list of worldwide cancelations in the metal and hard rock worlds so you can stay up to date on the latest and adjust your plans accordingly.