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W.A.S.P. cancel their “1984 To Headless” Tour due to Covid-19 pandemic

Sadly the upcoming W.A.S.P. “1984 To Headless” tour is cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Read the official statement from the band below. Refunds will be available from point of purchase. Stay tuned for some exciting new W.A.S.P. announcements soon!

Band statement:

Gin Annie cancels European tour as booking agent goes bankrupt

Wolverhampton based rock band, Gin Annie, are trying to make their way home just 5 dates into a 25 day European tour with Diamond Head, after the booking agent failed to pay the transportation company, leaving them stranded in Belguim and unable to meet the costs of continuing.

The band had already paid ££ thousands towards the costs of the tour and now find themselves needing to arrange transport for themselves and equipment back to the UK.

Roxette cancel their Summer Tour

Roxette were supposed to start the last leg of their massive RoXXXette 30th Anniversary Tour on June 3rd, 2016. However, singer Marie Fredriksson has been advised by her doctors to refrain from touring and as a consequence all the summer shows are cancelled. Their last performance was to be at the Grand Arena in Cape Town, South Africa on February 8 earlier this year.

Darkyra cancels European Tour 2016

Female fronted symphonic/cinematic metal from Australia have cancelled their April Tour through TJ Concerts in Netherlands and Germany.

Singer & songwriter Darkyra Black also known as Gina Bafile has been confirmed to have Stage 3 Breast Cancer and will commence Chemo therapy treatments as of late next week. The band will reschedule their tour in a years time.

Band comments:
“To those that were looking forward to seeing Darkyra live in Europe, we are sorry that we are unable to attend this tour but we feel that cancelling this trip was the best decision to make at this time and we offer all our love and support to Gina during this tough time”...