Black Veil Brides have cancelled the Springfield, MO date of the Resurrection Tour alongside Asking Alexandria and Blessthefall. Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria have also cancelled their upcoming co-headlining show in London, Ontario scheduled for May 18 due to “unforeseen immigration issues.”
“Both us and Asking Alexandria will make efforts to get back into Canada as soon as possible,”
via Facebook post.
In lieu of the show, Black Veil Brides plans to play a show in Niagara Falls, New York “in an effort to try and get as close to our Canadian fans as possible.”
This isnt the first time..
Nearly every tour there is something; some sort of situation or reason for Black Veil Brides cancelling a show or two.
Black Veil were forced to cancel their appearance in Vancouver early this year after being denied entry to Canada.
In a statement from the band.
“We have been touring internationally for a decade and have never experienced such a lack of civility at any border crossing or passport control in any country we have ever visited.
We have a fantastic relationship with our Canadian fans. It’s with a very heavy heart that we must share that tonight’s show in Vancouver will be cancelled. ASKING ALEXANDRIA will continue on and still perform tonight as scheduled. We encourage everyone to still go to the show and have a great time.
Thank you for your understanding and we promise to return again as soon as possible.”
There has been occasions with vocalist Andy Black’s health causing the band to cancel dates. In 2013, they cancelled their 2013 tour due to a viral infection.
The Resurrection Tour continues May 10th in Witchita, Kansas then ends on May 17th in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria then will join on selected dates of this years last cross country Warped Tour.
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