Darkest Hour, Misery Signals cancel tour, announce virtual showMonday, October 12, 2020 8:01 AM PT / 3,522 views
As the COVID-19 pandemic has yet to abate, Misery Signals and Darkest Hour have scrapped their tour dates, which were to take place late this year. All is not lost, however, as the pair will team up for a virtual concert on December 5th. A statement from Misery Signals can be read below.
"Due to complications from the continuing COVID-19 pandemic we're deeply disappointed to have to cancel the rest of our tour dates for 2020, including our U.S. tour with friends Darkest Hour. Refunds can be requested from your point of purchase. "We are however very pleased that Darkest Hour have found a way for us to still pull off a live show with them this year. The live stream event will include full sets from both bands, December 5th, 2020 (6:30 PM PST / 9:30 PM EST) via https://darkesthour.veeps.com/ - there will be a 24 hour on demand replay available directly after the show for all VEEPS ticket holders. So if you cant make it at the exact time of the stream you can always stream it for the following 24 hours! Our set is a brand new live show recorded exclusively for this event. We will also be participating in a live chat during the streaming event and on the live Zoom after party (directly after the show) which will be free to all ticket holders."
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