NEWS: Black Peaks cancel UK tour due to coronavirus!

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Unfortunately, Brighton’s Black Peaks are one of the latest acts who’ve been forced to cancel their forthcoming UK tour plans in April due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tour would’ve seen support from The St. Pierre Snake Invasion and Sugar Horse for its duration.

The band have issued a statement earlier today (March 19th 2020) confirming as such, though have assured fans there are plans to reschedule later in the year and that they should retain their tickets.

“Hey everyone.

It’s become increasingly clear this announcement is necessary, but we certainly hoped it wouldn’t be. We are going to have to postpone our April tour until further notice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic we see unfolding around the globe.

There are dates in mind for Autumn 2020, which we will announce when there is less uncertainty in the air. Customers should retain their tickets and ticket confirmations at this time.

During this time of hopelessness and confusion, the only upshot is that we are now going to focus our collective creative energy on album three.

Take care of each other. Stay safe. Stay calm. Support the NHS.

Much love,
Black Peaks”

More details on rescheduled dates will be confirmed as and when they develop.

We have compiled a list of other tours and festivals that have been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which we intend to update as and when we can.