Opeth reschedule European tour to 2022:
While tours and festivals are being scheduled for the United States, Opeth has rescheduled their European Evolution XXX: By Request tour from October 2021 to November 2022.
Guitarist/vocalist Mikael Åkerfeldt comments:
“So, we’re planning to celebrate a belated band-birthday, also known as BBB. How do we celebrate a thing like this, you ask? Well, we go to work. We are planning a very few select shows in 2021 where you basically have the collective choice of picking the songs for the setlist. Since we celebrate 30 years, we would love to play a song from each album we’ve done. All 13 of them. If you can help us and pick your choice of one song per album from the list, and then we’ll simply play the songs with the most votes. It’s been done before, but not by us. I am reluctant and nervous, but also excited to see what songs you will choose. I can’t really believe we’ve been around for 30 years, but there you go. So please help us. And be gentle. The final setlist will have 13 songs. One from each album. Your call…”
Rammstein reschedule European Stadium tour to 2022:
Due to the ongoing pandemic, Rammstein have rescheduled their European stadium tour to 2022.
The group issued the following statement:
“Due to the expected ongoing event-bans and restrictions related to COVID-19, Rammstein are unfortunately forced to postpone the planned European Stadium Tour again. The band and everyone involved are very disappointed about this. Given the lack of planning reliability for holding events of this size, this step is unavoidable. The concerts are rescheduled to 2022. Unfortunately, some minor changes had to be made and the show in Belfast will be cancelled entirely. Tickets for Belfast will be refunded, all other tickets remain valid! The band is using the time off to continue working on new songs. We look forward to seeing you in 2022! Save the new dates! Find more information on ramm.st/europetour2022!”