Korn has declared it is rescheduling six shows and dropping two dates of its impending shows after frontman Jonathan Davis tried positive for COVID.
The nu metal band’s Saturday show in Scranton, Pa., was delayed without a second to spare and, with the test outcome, the accompanying five shows should have been moved too.
The dates are presently occurring in late September and early October, with the Aug. 24 (Darien Center) and Aug. 25 (Syracuse, N.Y.) shows incapable to be rescheduled because of planning clashes, as per the assertion. The assertion says Davis is cheerful while resting and recuperating, proposing the artist is effectively encountering COVID symptoms.
The band’s visit, a co-bill with Staind named “Summer Tour 2021” is set to continue Aug. 27 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Tinley Park, Ill., proceeding into October, with two dates at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles Oct. 22-23.
The news comes as visit advertiser Live Nation has recently declared that staff, specialists and fans at all shows at its settings and celebrations should demonstrate COVID immunization or a negative test as of Oct. 4, which would apparently influence many visits that have started off lately, the first to do as such since COVID. AEG Presents as of late reported an immunization just strategy for its celebrations, clubs and theater occasions too.
The Korn dates are the most recent high-profile shows influenced by COVID positives from craftsmen or their group, with Widespread Panic’s John Bell as of late testing positive influencing shows at ACL Live in Austin.
The news likewise comes simply seven days after the reported delay of New Orleans Jazz Festival, which is currently set for spring of ’22, and Stevie Nicks declared she would not be playing out this year because of rising COVID cases in the U.S.
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