The UK’s most prosperous reggae band UB40 have declared they’re pushing their Aussie tour before the next year.
Initially, the group — famous for his hit Red Red Wine — has been put to tour the nation in October as a part of the 40th anniversary, however because of travel constraints and also for the security of fans, group members and their team made a decision to postpone.
In a declaration, the band stated”it was regret” that they joined the growing list of global functions forced to postpone because of COVID-19.
Just on Thursday Harry Styles declared his Aussie tour which was assumed to launch in November — could be postponed until further notice.
UB40 possess secured in dates late April and May next year regardless of the numerous unknowns in global touring.
“We constantly anticipate trips Down Under, however, we are aware that it’s just a temporary delay, but we’ll return,” the group said on Thursday.
“The most significant issue is that most of us stay secure, and we’re going to see you around the opposite side of the ordeal.”
It comes following news the group’s lead writer Duncan Campbell is recovering from a stroke in August.
Staff brother and member Robin Campbell stated Duncan was showing great signs of a rapid healing.
“This was clearly a shock and quite worrying if we discovered about Duncan with his stroke, however, he is with a well deserved break and continues to recuperate in the home,” he explained.
Ticket holders may use their moves for the rescheduled shows.
Australian tour promoter MJR Presents motivates individuals to hang on to their tickets, but not only for UB40’s excursion but also for many others which were postponed.
“Keep them in your refrigerator or your own calendar or your own desk as an easy reminder that we will get through this, and once we come out the other hand, there is definitely going to be some remarkable live music awaiting us,” that the promoter’s manager Scott Mesiti stated.
Shows for UB40’s 40th Tours For Your Most Tour will be held in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Canberra, Melbourne, Wollongong, Sydney and Perth in April 30 to May 9.