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Re-Scheduled Coronavirus Tour Dates: Guns N’ Roses, We Came as Romans + The Devil Wears Prada, Monster Magnet

  • Axl Rosenberg

Rescheduled dates for tours postponed as a result of the coronavirus are gonna start pouring in now, which seems a little too optimistic to me re: when this shit will be over, but okay fine. The same way we’ve been doing mass postings with all the various cancellations and postponements, we’re gonna start start doing mass postings with all the various reschedulings. Why? Because I say so, that’s why.

To that end, here are three tours that now have rescheduled dates:

Guns N’ Roses South American Tour

These shows were originally set to take place throughout March and April. Now they’ll happen in November and December instead. If you had tickets to the original dates, those will still be honored. Everyone else can buy tickets using the links below. Non-South American fans, go here to get the rest of the band’s upcoming tour dates, which are, for now at least, still a go.

11/08 Punta Cana, DR – Hard Rock Hotel And Casino [tickets]
11/15 San Jose, CR – Estadio Ricardo Saprissa [tickets]
11/18 Guatemala City, GT – Estadio Cementos Progreso [tickets]
11/21 Quito, ECU – Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa [tickets]
11/24 Lima, PER – Estadio Universidad San Marcos [tickets]
11/27 Santiago, CHL – Lollaplaooza [tickets]
12/04 Sao Paolo, BRA – Lollapalooza [tickets]
12/06 Bogota, COL – Estereo Picnic [tickets]

We Came as Romans, The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon, Dayseeker

These shows were also meant to take place in March and April; now they’re set for July and August. Tickets purchased for the original shows, including VIP packages, will still be honored for the rescheduled dates (expect that to become a running theme with these things). The PRP also says that “dates in cities not included in the tour’s original routing are being considered as well, though an announcement has yet to be made.”

07/24 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw [tickets]
07/25 Worcester, MA – The Palladium [tickets]
07/26 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts [tickets]
07/28 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live [tickets]
07/29 Greensboro, NC – Arizona Pete’s [tickets]
07/30 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade [tickets]
07/31 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room [tickets]
08/01 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum [tickets]
08/03 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall [tickets]
08/04 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room [tickets]
08/05 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall [tickets]
08/07 Denver, CO – The Oriental [tickets]
08/08 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex [tickets]
08/10 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory [tickets]
08/11 Seattle, WA – El Corazon [tickets]
08/12 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre [tickets]
08/14 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades [tickets]
08/15 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent [tickets]
08/16 Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom [tickets]
08/18 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom [tickets]
08/19 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater [tickets]
08/20 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre [tickets]
08/22 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot [tickets]
08/23 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave [tickets]

Monster Magnet

This celebration of the band’s most popular album, 1998’s Powertrip, was originally set to take place in — you guessed it! — March and April. They’re now set for January and February of 2021. And if you had tickets for the original shows, guess what? Those will still be honored for the rescheduled dates! See, I toldja this would be a running a theme! The new dates are as follows:

1/21: Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom [tickets]
1/22: Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere [tickets]
1/23: Boston, MA @ Sinclair [tickets]
1/24: Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts [tickets]
1/26: Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater [tickets]
1/27: Toronto, ON @ The Opera House [tickets]
1/29: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop [tickets]
1/30: Chicago, IL @ The Metro [tickets]
1/31: Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line [tickets]
2/2: Denver, CO @ The Oriental Theater [tickets]
2/3: Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Bar [tickets]
2/5: Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw [tickets]
2/6: Seattle, WA @ El Corazon [tickets]
2/7: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater [tickets]
2/9: San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall [tickets]
2/10: Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda [tickets]
2/11: Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues [tickets]
2/12: San Diego, CA @ House of Blues [tickets]
2/15: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar & Grill [tickets]
2/17: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade [tickets]
2/18: Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm [tickets]
2/19: Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage [tickets]

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. We’ve made it a “sticky post” — meaning it will appear at the top of the MS landing page for the foreseeable future, even as we continue to share other stories — but be sure to bookmark the above page and check back for frequent updates in the coming days and weeks.

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