News•March 26, 2020 5:23 PM ET•2,342 views
Motionless In White, Knocked Loose tour postponed
Motionless In White have officially canceled their spring tour with Knocked Loose, Stick To Your Guns, and Ovtlier due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The trek was to commence in late April and run through most of May. The band has issued the following statement:
"We regret to inform you that due to the escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are forced to postpone our upcoming Black And Blue Tour to a different timeframe this year. New dates will be announced as soon as we receive the go-ahead from promoters. "We have been waiting as long as we could to see what our options were before making this call, but unfortunately, after talking with venues and promoters, we have no choice. As always, the forefront of our attention in this situation is based on the safety of both the bands and attending fans. As much as we are saddened by the news, we support the actions that are being taken around the world to try and prevent the spread of the virus. "Ticket holders, your tickets will be honored at the future dates. VIP holders, you will be receiving an email this week from LTD regarding your options with your VIP purchase, but as the ticket holders, your VIP's will also be honored at the future dates. "As for the fans asking about our European and Australian tours in June and July, we unfortunately also found out today that Download has been canceled. We are now awaiting more information on the rest of the festivals and shows. If we can be there, we'll be there. We will let you know as soon as we know in the coming weeks. "Lastly, we would just like to send a massive thank you to anyone out there that works under the essential business umbrella who are still out there working hard and have been dealing with the close contact risks associated with your job. We appreciate you! "Thank you. We'll see you in the summer."
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