Dark Star Orchestra Postpones Spring 2020 Tour Dates Due To Coronavirus
Dark Star Orchestra postponed the first leg of their 2020 spring tour due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. The dates affected span from March 27 through April 12.
Leg one would have seen the band throughout the South including stops in Raleigh and two nights in Willmington, North Carolina ahead of a show in Columbia, South Carolina before a run through Florida with shows in St. Petersburg, St. Augustine, Pompano Beach and Orlando. Charleston, Atlanta and a show at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee we also among the dates before the first leg wrapped up in Birmingham, Alabama on April 12.
DSO released a statement regarding the postponement:
“If the thunder don’t get you then the lightning will!”
Wise words in these rapidly changing times. While things are uncertain, together as an organization, we are committed to ensuring the safety and health of our fans, producers, staff and everyone involved in putting on concerts and festivals across our fine nation.
In order to do our part to help stem the spread of the coronavirus, DSO is following various government issued mandates that require enhancing social distancing by postponing mass gatherings. At this time, our upcoming March & April tour dates are being canceled and are doing our best to reschedule dates as much as possible.
Ticket info and details regarding these postponed shows will be forthcoming via each local venue, please stay tuned.
In the meantime, please follow all the recommended guidelines coming from official health sources to stay healthy through proper hygiene and reduce community transmission to help curb this epidemic. We will keep you all posted on the concerts.
In the meantime, “WE WILL GET BY!”