Pop rock band 5 Seconds Of Summer have postponed the Australian leg of their “No Shame” tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.
5 Seconds of Summer, which consists of Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin, and Michael Clifford, announced the news on social media.
“In the best interest of fan safety we have decided to re-schedule our upcoming Australian dates to later in the year. Please hang on to you tickets. Sorry for the wait, but we’re so excited that the new dates coincide with our 10th,” the band tweeted.
5SOS’ seven-date tour of Australia was set to kick off on March 19 at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl but has now been postponed to November 26.
“Due to recent announcements by the Australian Government the 5SOS – ‘No Shame 2021 Tour’ is being rescheduled,” a statement from Live Nation, producer of the tour, reads.
Meanwhile, there is no change to the band’s European tour dates, which are set to kick of on April 7 at SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.
“No Shame” is the title of the third single from CALM, 5SOS’s fourth studio album.
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