The Press Release:
Festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents has released the following update about their 2020 music festivals:
There are no pre-existing guidelines for what festivals should be doing during this unprecedented time. Like the rest of the music industry, we continue to assess new information and make the best-educated decisions possible. We know you have been anxious for updates from us and we are at a point where we can answer many of your questions about how each of our festivals may be affected by COVID-19.
We are crushed to say that Epicenter, Welcome To Rockville and Sonic Temple are being canceled due to the governmental restrictions on mass gatherings. We respect these directives and recognize they are in the best interest of the greater good, as well as the health and safety of our fans, musicians, partners, and staff. Before accepting this fate, we worked really hard to try to reschedule the festivals. Unfortunately, scheduling conflicts, venue availabilities and a number of other factors out of our control made postponing impossible. Make no mistake, each of these festivals will return in May 2021 bigger and stronger than ever! Continue reading Danny Wimmer Presents Regretfully Announces Cancellation Of Spring Festivals→
The Press Release:
Acclaimed vocal powerhouse SEBASTIAN BACH has announced the newly rescheduled dates for the 2nd leg of his highly anticipated 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR celebrating the album “SKID ROW,” which was originally set to start later this month. Today, BACH has revealed the tour will take place this fall starting on October 28th and running through December 15th with special guests STITCHED UP HEART. All dates have been rescheduled and tickets and VIP upgrades purchased will be honored at the newly scheduled dates, with the exception of Regina, SK, Uncasville, CT and Roanoke, VA. Fans who purchased tickets and VIP upgrades for those 3 shows will need to contact their point of purchase for refunds. Find the new tour schedule listed below. Continue reading Sebastian Bach Reschedules 2nd Leg Of “30th Anniversary” Tour→
The increasing spread and alarm about the Coronavirus Pandemic continues to affect our daily routines and way of life. It’s caused both the postponement and cancellation of numerous tours and this latest announcement comes from the band Origin who were already a few days into their run.
The Statement From Origin:
Well, ladies and gentlemen we all knew it was coming. For the past week we have tried to hold on and bring Occupation Domination to as many of you as possible but it has become abundantly clear that for the safety of fans, crew and bands alike we have decided to formally end the tour and return home. As of now we are planning on POSTPONING Occupation Domination until the fall of 2020. Continue reading Origin Postpones “Occupation Domination” North American Tour→
70000TONS OF METAL 2021: 10th Anniversary Voyage of The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise Sets Sail from January 7 – 11, 2021
At Sea and in life, unpredictable storms can arise and you have to stand your ground and wait for the high winds to pass. The 70000TONS OF METAL crew did this last year and will once again confront the winds with the loudest Heavy Metal growl imaginable. They are ready for their 10th Anniversary Voyage and together with their trusted Sailors, they are confident that they will guide their ship through any stormy Sea.
A Headbangers Paradise on board a luxury cruise ship… and that for ten years in a row! What to many people seemed like an unlikely and unrealistic combination back in 2011, when 70000TONS OF METAL first set sail, is now 10 sold out events later. This one of a kind festival proves how cruising and Heavy Metal do in fact go hand in hand. Indeed, what’s not to love about enjoying your favorite Heavy Metal bands under the hot Caribbean sun from a jacuzzi with an ice cold beverage in your hand? Continue reading Avast Ye Lubbers! The 10th “70000 Tons Of Metal” Cruise Is Announced→
Continuing the wave of tour postponements or full cancellations comes the latest news from the public affairs handlers of the mighty Dragonforce. As you might recall, it was back in January when we announced this tour (seen HERE) and we were truly looking forward to it since it was bringing along Unleash The Archers and Visions Of Atlantis. The bands statement is below along with the cancelled dates for your own reference. Read on.