News•June 10, 2021 3:20 PM ET•1,155 views
Meshuggah postpone European tour due to Covid-19
Meshuggah have once again postponed their tour of Europe with Zeal & Ardor "due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty that all regions in Europe will be able to restore and provide a safe environment for concerts this autumn." New dates for the trek, now set to take place in May 2022, are listed below. A statement from the band reads as follows:
"Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty that all regions in Europe will be able to restore and provide a safe environment for concerts this autumn, MESHUGGAH have unfortunately had to make the decision to push back their European headline tour dates to May 2022. "The good news is that special guests Zeal & Ardor will still be part of the tour and will also be added to the line up for the Royal Albert Hall show in London, and that additional shows in Dublin, Cologne and Nancy have now been added to the routing. "'Ruhrpott Metal Meeting', being a festival with fixed dates, cannot be re-scheduled. Tickets will remain valid from the 2021 dates, please contact your ticket provider with any queries."05/05 Hamburg, Germany @ EOA 05/06 Leipzig, Germany @ Haus Auensee 05/08 Cologne, Germany @ Palladium 05/09 Paris, France @ L'Olympia 05/10 Milan, Italy @ Alcatraz 05/12 Munich, Germany @ Tonhalle 05/13 Lyon, France @ Le Transbordeur 05/14 Nancy, France @ Nancy M.N.M Festival (no Zeal & Ardor) 05/15 Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof 05/17 Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle 05/18 Tilburg, Netherlands @ 013 05/20 Vienna, Austria @ Arena 05/21 Zurich, Switzerland @ Samsung Hall 05/22 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal 05/23 Brussels, Belgium @ Ancienne Belgique 05/24 Little, France @ L'Aeronef 05/26 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City 05/28 Manchester, UK @ Academy 05/29 Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy 05/30 Glasgow, UK @ Barrowlands 06/01 Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia 06/03 London, UK @ Royal Albert Hall
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