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Coronavirus: Darkest Hour tour w/ Misery Signals & SECT POSTPONED

Posted by on March 22, 2020

 

Darkest Hour were forced to postpone their tour with Misery Signals and SECT due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Read statements below:

Darkest Hour:

“Man super bummed to have to postpone our April tour, but we will be back!
We know its hard times on everyone but we feel we must put this out there, if you have the power to support us with $$$ right now every little bit helps.
Here is every way to help support us in one link:
https://linktr.ee/DarkestHour
We will be rev’n up our online partying via our Patreon and working on that album 10!
Darkest Hour”

 

Misery Signals:

“It’s with heavy hearts that we have to announce a postponement of our upcoming April tour with Darkest Hour. We’ve been monitoring the covid-19 situation closely with DH and really hoped we’d be able to come play for you all, but in the interest of safety for everyone involved, we agreed it would be best to put these shows off till later in the year.
All pre-sale tickets will be honored for the to be announced re-scheduled dates. Refunds will be available at point of purchase. While we hope you’ll hold on to your tickets for now in an effort to help support the venues that could use the money during these trying times, we understand some of you may also be in employment affected situations where you could use these funds for food and supplies.
Take care of yourselves and each other, and we hope to get back out and see you all as soon as we can.
Peace & Love,
Sigs”

 

 

SECT:

“For obvious reasons our upcoming tour with @darkest_hour_official and @miserysignals will be postponed until later in the year. All pre-sale tickets will be honored for the re-scheduled dates. Refunds will be available at point of purchase, but we encourage you to hold on to those tickets, if you’re able, to help support these venues while they try to get through this.
We all have friends who play in bands, or do the work that makes touring happen at all, who work in the service industry, healthcare, education, or who are simply facing difficult choices right now with no good answers on the horizon. It’s a difficult time, so please do what you can to reach out and support those around you, to help each other stay safe and healthy, physically and emotionally.”

 

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