Nonpoint reschedules shows because “multiple members of the band” have COVID

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Recently, Nonpoint announced that they weren’t able to  perform due to an “incident” — apparently, some sort of road accident — with their trailer and their gear.  Now the band has been forced to reschedule a bunch of shows to 2022 because “multiple members of the band” have tested positive for COVID-19.

On Instagram, the band wrote, “Now due to multiple members of the band testing positive for Covid, we unfortunately have no choice but to begin rescheduling more shows on the I’m About To Explode Tour.”

The band continued, “As it stands, we are hoping to be back on the road by Sept 28th, but we have to allow time for us to get healthy again and as we also had an incident with our trailer and our gear, we have to assess what we logistically can manage.”

They added, “Touring in these times has proven to be hard for our camp, so I hope you understand that we’re taking time to regroup, get healthy, and re-plan. That being said, we appreciate the support of our fans and clubs as we try to figure out our next steps.”

Here are the rescheduled shows:

1/7 — Indianapolis, IN, Emerson Theater
1/8 — Battle Creek, MI, The Music Factory
1/9 — Ft. Wayne, IN, Piere’s
1/11 — Cleveland, OH, Beachland Ballroom
1/12 — Syracuse, NY, Lost Horizon
1/14 — Hampton Beach, NH, Wallys
1/15 — Easton, PA, One Centre Square
1/16 — Asbury Park, NJ, House of Independents
1/18 — Charleston, WV, Rock City Bake Company
1/19 — Charlotte, NC, Amos
1/20 — Huntsville, AL, Sidetracks Music Hall

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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