Holding Absence have become one of the latest acts who’ve regrettably been forced to cancel their touring plans due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that’s impacting most parts of the world.
The Welsh outfit confirmed that their forthcoming tour of Europe, which would’ve seen support from Wargasm and Static Dress, has unfortunately been postponed indefinitely.
You can read their full statement on this matter below.
To all EU tour ticket holders, please read.
Our sincere apologies and love to you all.
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— Holding Absence (@HoldingAbsence) March 12, 2020
“Due to the increasing uncertainty surrounding the current COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and the resulting emergency measures implemented by the places we plan to visit, we have been left with no alternative but to postpone our April EU headline dates until later this year.
Having to postpone or cancel tours is a decision we never take lightly. Playing shows and meeting everyone afterwards are the best part of being in a band for us.
We are working hard to arrange and announce rescheduled dates as soon as possible, but in the meantime, refunds will be available from your point of purchase.
We apologise to our fans who’ve already bought tickets or planned to attend a performance, but your safety and enjoyment at our shows is always our top priority. We hope you understand, and we promise to make it up to you.
This Is Holding Absence -“
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.