Apocalyptica, Lacuna Coil Reschedule Tour

Finnish Cello Rock band Apocalyptica was forced to reschedule their band due to COVID-19 restrictions. Thankfully the band and their direct support Lacuna Coil have acted quickly and announced the full set of tour dates for their rescheduled tour.

Perttu states:

“So meanwhile, listen to good music, listen to Cell-Zero, try to stay positive, and remember that Apocalyptica loves you and we will go through this all together. See you soon.”

Here is a full list of rescheduled tour dates:

January 2021
27   The Plaza Live, Orlando, FL
28   The Masquerade – Heaven, Atlanta, GA
30   Emo’s, Austin, TX
31   House of Blues, Houston, TX

February 2021
2   Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, New Mexico
3   The Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona
4   The Mayan, Los Angeles, CA
5   The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
6   Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR
8   The Showbox Sodo, Seattle, WA
9   Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC  Canada*
10   Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC  Canada *
12   Midway, Edmonton, AB  Canada
13   The Palace Theater, Calgary, AB  Canada
15   First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
16   House of Blues, Chicago, IL
17   Queen Elizabeth 2H, Toronto, ON  Canada
18   MTelus, Montreal, QC  Canada
19   Webster Theater, Hartford, CT
20   Big Night Live, Boston, MA
21   Webster Hall, New York, NY

* Current ticket holders’ tickets will be valid for the February 9, 2021 date only.  If current ticket holders wish to attend the February 10 date, the promoters will do their best to accommodate on a case-by-case basis.

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