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In This Moment/Black Veil Brides Shows Canceled After Band Members Test Positive for COVID-19


In This Moment, Black Veil Brides, and DED have been forced to call off the next two shows on their current tour because “several members of bands on [the] tour” — including BVB drummer Christian Coma — have tested positive for COVID-19.

The tour just started one week ago (September 17) and is scheduled to continue through November.

Here’s the announcement from Black Veil Brides:

“The In This Moment/Black Veil Brides/Ded show scheduled for today, September 24 in Lubbock, TX at The Pavilion and Saturday, September 25 in Oklahoma City at The Criterion have been postponed due to several members of bands on tour testing positive for COVID-19. The tour plans to pick back up in Denver on Monday September 27. If you have tickets to either of these shows, please stand by for more information.

“We will be performing a special acoustic storytellers’ set without CC when the tour resumes in Denver on Monday, September 27th and throughout next week. The change is due to CC testing positive for COVID-19. The rest of the Black Veil Brides’ band and crew have tested negative multiple times and are completely healthy. The entire BVB touring party is remaining in isolation out of an abundance of caution until the tour resumes on Monday. The current plan is to move forward with the acoustic performances and VIP Meet & Greets until such time that CC can rejoin the tour and return to the full production live shows.”

Assuming all goes well, the remaining dates of the trek will be as follows:

9/27 — Denver, CO — Mission Theatre [TICKETS]
9/29 — Las Vegas, NV — House of Blues [TICKETS]
9/30 — Phoenix, AZ — Arizona Federal Theatre [TICKETS]
10/2 — Anaheim, CA — House of Blues [TICKETS]
10/3 — San Francisco, CA — Warfield [TICKETS
10/5 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex [TICKETS]
10/7 — Casper, WY — Casper Events Center [TICKETS]
10/8 — Billings, MT — First Interstate Arena [TICKETS]
10/10 — Sacramento, CA — Aftershock Festival [TICKETS]
10/12 — Boise, ID — Revolution Center [TICKETS]
10/13 — Portland, OR — Roseland Ballroom [TICKETS]
10/14 — Seattle, WA — Paramount Theatre [TICKETS]
10/16 — Reno, NV — Grand Theatre  [TICKETS]
10/19 — Kansas City, MO — Midland Theatre [TICKETS]
10/20 — St. Louis, MO — The Factory at The District [TICKETS]
10/22 — Hammond, IN — The Venue at Horseshoe Hammond [TICKETS]
10/23 — Milwaukee, WI — Eagles Ballroom [TICKETS]
10/24 — Minneapolis, MN — Myth Live [TICKETS]
10/26 — Green Bay, WI — Resch Expo C [TICKETS]
10/27 — Grand Rapids, MI — 20 Monroe Live [TICKETS]
10/29 — Louisville, KY — Palace Theatre [TICKETS]
10/30 — Columbus, OH — Express Live! [TICKETS]
10/31 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE [TICKETS]
11/2 — Cleveland, OH — Agora [TICKETS]
11/3 — Detroit, MI — The Fillmore [TICKETS
11/5 — Stroudsburg, PA — Sherman Theater [TICKETS]
11/6 — Montclair, NJ — Wellmont Theatre [TICKETS]
11/7 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium [TICKETS]  
11/9 — Philadelphia, PA — Franklin Music Hall [TICKETS]
11/10 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore [TICKETS]
11/12 — Myrtle Beach, SC — House of Blues [TICKETS]
11/13 — Cherokee, NC — Harrah’s Cherokee Events Center [TICKETS]
11/14 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works [TICKETS]
11/16 — Richmond, VA — The National [TICKETS]
11/17 — Greensboro, NC — Piedmont Hall [TICKETS
11/19 — Tampa, FL — Hard Rock Events Center [TICKETS]
11/20 — Lake Buena Vista, CA — House of Blues [TICKETS]
11/21 — Atlanta, GA — The Tabernacle [TICKETS]

[via The PRP]

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