Since the pandemic began, the events sector has struggled to get back to normal. Now, with the Ômicron variant, the situation is even more complicated. Yesterday afternoon, on Moday January 24th, the Italian rock band, Måneskin, became the latest ‘victim’ of the consecuences of this new wave of the virus.
The group announced the postponement of its entire European tour, scheduled between February and April, due to COVID-19. The announcement was made through a video posted on the group’s social networks.
Hello guys, we’re very sorry but we have to tell you that we have to postpone the whole 2022 Tour in Europe and the ArenasTour in Italy because of the Covid-19 situation.
We are extremely sorry. https://t.co/I35ZPqluZn pic.twitter.com/jnAH6UjCWf
— MåneskinOfficial (@thisismaneskin) January 24, 2022
“Hello guys, we’re very sorry but we have to tell you that we have to postpone the whole 2022 Tour in Europe and the ArenasTour in Italy because of the Covid-19 situation.
We are extremely sorry.
We worked a lot for this tour and everything was set and ready to go but unfortunately in the last few days we had some bad news about the capacity of the venues.
We cannot guarantee all the gigs because every country has its own rules, and we have to stick to that, of course, because we have to do our gigs in total safety for everyone.
We are really, really sorry and we hope to have the chance to tell you the new dates as soon as possible and no later than the 1st of March 2022.
Thank you for your patience and support, we are all together in this situation so we just have to hold on, but we will come
back, we swear, and it’s going to be even better.
Okay guys, we love you!
All of the outdoor shows including Circo Massimo, Arena di Verona, Lignano Sabbiadoro and Festivals are still confirmed.
Please find all the infos needed in our stories. Thank you all.“
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Måneskin is one of the attractions of Rock in Rio 2022, scheduled to take place in September this year. Let’s hope that by then the situation around the world will improve so that the presentation doesn’t have to be postponed!