Faith No More Postpone Australia, New Zealand Tour Due To Coronavirus

Faith No More have announced that the band is postponing their Australia and New Zealand Tour, scheduled to be held in 2021, due to the coronavirus and subsequent restrictions on international travel and venue capacities. The tour has been postponed to February 2022.

“The circumstances that have forced this decision are well beyond our control but not being able to play for you all stings like a motherf**ker,” the rock band said in a statement.

They added, “We wanted to figure out how to address our upcoming tour down there in terms of rescheduling and postponements but basically… We fully intend to make good on our promise to come down and perform for you all.”

Ticketholders have been advised to hold on to their tickets. They promised to refund the tickets if the “new dates don’t work.”

Rescheduled 2022 Dates:

Feb. 10 — Spark Arena, Auckland – All Ages
Feb. 12 — Horncastle Arena, Christchurch – All Ages
Feb. 15 — Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – All Ages
Feb. 17 — Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – All Ages
Feb. 18 — Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – All Ages
Feb. 21 — Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide – All Ages
Feb. 23 — RAC Arena, Perth – All Ages

Faith No More also announced that the dates for their Los Angeles shows with System Of A Down, Korn, Helmet, and Russian Circles have been rescheduled for May 21 and 22, 2021.

The band also said that due to the current health situation there is no way they will be able to perform the U.K. and European tour, scheduled for June-July, 2021.

(Photo: Jimmy Hubbard)

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