A Day To Remember's UK Shows Have All Been Cancelled

A Day To Remember's live dates in Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham and Cardiff will no longer be happening.

A Day To Remember's UK Shows Have All Been Cancelled
Nat Wood

Following on from the postponement of their 2020 UK and European tour, A Day To Remember have completely cancelled their shows in Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham and Cardiff.

Though the Ocala titans had originally stated that they were “working on solidifying the rescheduled dates”, the UK leg has now been scrapped entirely, with European gigs still to be announced.

“Due to the ongoing uncertainty of when events may happen, our Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham and Cardiff shows have been cancelled and ticket holders will receive an automatic refund,” the band say.

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“We're still working hard to reschedule the rest of the dates and tickets will still be honored when that happens. If you have any questions about your tickets or refunds, please contact your point of purchase.”

While we're going to have to wait even longer now to catch Jeremy McKinnon and co. back in the UK, A Day To Remember's new album You're Welcome should hopefully see the light of day soon.

“Stay tuned – a lot of things are coming!” teased guitarist Neil Westfall in a Kerrang! interview last month. “We’re gonna utilise this time to make a bunch of things and put them out there. We’ve got a lot of stuff in the works, and I can’t talk about it too much, but just keep your eyes on what we’re doing, because there’s gonna be a lot of stuff that’s coming…”

Neil added that You're Welcome somehow fits incredibly well with the strange and uncertain times we're all living in right now, explaining, “It’s kinda crazy, because as time has gone by, a lot of the subject matter that was written about, and a lot of the themes and different lyrical content, fit perfectly. It’s almost as if we knew this was going to happen, which is really weird, because obviously we couldn’t have known that (laughs). We were just writing based on what was being felt at the time, and it just seems to fit perfectly now with what’s going on, which is amazing and unfortunate all at the same time – because if I could choose to make this go away, I obviously would.

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