Parkway Drive postpone Viva The Underdogs 2021 European tour
The Byron Bay metallers’ trek through Europe was due to kick off in Vienna later this month and finish up at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley on April 18, but of course can’t currently happen due to the ongoing pandemic.
“As much as we all hoped that things would take a turn for the better this spring, it’s obvious that the Viva The Underdogs European Revolution Tour will be not be able to take place,” write Parkway in a statement announcing the news.
“With many (inter)national restrictions and guidelines in place, due to the fluid situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic it makes any kind of international touring impossible. For these obvious reasons we need to postpone this tour. Already purchased tickets will remain valid and we will be announcing the new dates in due time. In case of any questions, please contact your local promoter.
“We remain positive, happy and excited for the future and seeing you all again sometime soon.
“Keep safe and look after each other.”
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