Wildstreet cancel US tour dates for July and August
With the United States of America seemingly recently breaking records almost every day in terms of the daily number of new Covid-19 cases in the country, New York rockers Wildstreet have elected to do the safe thing by cancelling their upcoming tour from July 10, 2020 to August 8, 2020.
The following message was posted on media mogul Axel Wiesenauer‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“Wildstreet have decided to cancel all US tour dates in July/August!
Message from the band: “Please stay healthy so we can see you soon. ❤ Wildstreet”
Wildstreet struggling with the fact that they would not want a fan to get sick attending one of their shows. After only a few of the venues had cancelled due to government restrictions, the band took the initiative deciding what they felt was in the best interest of their fans, the venue staff, and the general public.
Wildstreet sincerely apologize for any inconveniences. This pandemic has been a challenge, Wildstreet will rock 2021!
Thank you all in advance for your understanding and patience! See you then!”
CNN reported the following in part in an article titled Localized lockdowns show that we’re in the most complex phase of coronavirus yet posted earlier today:
“Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned on Tuesday that the US is “still knee-deep in the first wave” of coronavirus, and seeing “a resurgence of infections” after never really reducing them to a safe level in the first place.
California and Florida closed beaches over the holiday weekend. Colorado is closing bars for July. Arizona has shut bars, gyms, and other businesses for a month.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are asking people from 16 states to self-quarantine upon arrival, while Massachusetts is doing the same for all bar seven northeastern states.”