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Eden Sessions 2021 – featuring My Chemical Romance, IDLES and more – to be rescheduled

My Chemical Romance’s first UK date on their reunion tour – at the Eden Sessions 2021 – is no longer taking place.

While there’s no news yet on My Chemical Romances already-delayed reunion tour, the New Jersey titans’ first show kicking off their UK stint this summer will be rescheduled.

The band were set to play in St. Austell for the Eden Sessions on June 15, but that gig series – which was also going to feature various performances by the likes of IDLES, Bryan Adams and more – will not be taking place now.

We’re really sorry to disappoint Sessions ticket holders,” says an Eden spokesperson. Since the Government’s new four-step regulations came in we’ve been looking long and hard at all the options. Our paramount concern is the safety of our concert goers and staff.

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With all the uncertainties surrounding outdoor gatherings, we’ve decided that rescheduling our brilliant line-up is the best course for everyone.”

They also add: We so much look forward to welcoming people back to the Sessions and say please watch this space’ as we work to find new dates for the shows.”

My Chemical Romance are yet to make an announcement on their other dates across the pond, which include three nights in Milton Keynes on June 17, 19 and 20, and a date at Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham on June 22.

Posted on March 9th 2021, 10:27a.m.
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