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BAUHAUS postpones Colorado and Arizona dates due to illness

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BAUHAUS postpones Colorado and Arizona dates due to illness







The legendary rock band BAUHAUS just came with some devastating news for fans. Their spring tour has been delayed due to illnesses from the band members. Fortunately, the illness is not covid-related, however, this means that they will not be playing tonight, May 27 at the Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ. The band is currently working to find new dates to host the show as well as the show last night at Denver, Colorado-which was also delayed.

First, the band will also play all across Europe! From Spain to the UK. The tour will then sneak its way in Ontario, Canada for one show this September 6. Then, the rock band will play all across North America, from New York to Arizona. Here is the up to date tour location/date list:

BAUHAUAS Europe/North America Tour Date/Location
06/04 -Barcelona, ES @ Primavera
06/06 – Milan, IT @ Alcatraz
06/08 – Athens, GR @ Release Festival
08/19 – London, UK @ 02 Academy
08/22 – Berlin, DE @ Zitadelle Spandau
08/24 – Oostend, BE @ W Festival
08/27 – Vilar de Mouros, PT @ EDP Vilar de Mouros 
09/06 – Toronto, ON @ History 
09/08 – New York, NY @ Kings Theatre
09/09 – New York, NY @ Kings Theatre
09/10 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Met
09/12 – Washington, DC @ Anthem 
09/13 – Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall 
09/14- New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
09/16 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Theater 
09/17 – Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
09/18 – Minneapolis, MN @ Palace Theatre
09/20 – Dallas, TX @ Southside Ballroom
09/21 – Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall 
09/23 – Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle

All tickets purchased for the delayed shows will be honored.

See our other story on BAUHAUS for their part in the Riot Fest coming up this September here!

Photo Credit: Ekaterina Gorbacheva











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