Credit: David AllenFozzy has announced a rescheduled batch of tour dates, which were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The outing, originally scheduled to kick off April 16, will now being July 10 in Columbus, Ohio, and will stretch into September.
“In light of the pandemic that’s gripping the world’s attention, it’s time to make the right move and postpone the April/May leg of Save the World Tour for everyone’s safety and well being,” says frontman Chris Jericho. “However, we promise you, once the World is back on its axis and TRULY saved, Fozzy will be back to hold you in our loving arms and literally ROCK all your troubles away!!”
“See everybody soon and in the meantime and between time, please stay healthy and safe,” he adds. “We will get through this together.”
For the full list of dates, visit FozzyRock.com.
Meanwhile, Fozzy has been working on a new album, the follow-up to 2017’s Judas. The upcoming record, which features the previously released single “Nowhere to Run,” is titled 2020 and is due out in the fall.
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