A banda Metallica adiou a turnê no Brasil por conta do coronavírus. Agora, os shows acontecem somente em dezembro.
Através de sua conta no Instagram, o grupo revelou que os shows da turnê sul-americana que aconteceriam em abril foram transferidos para dezembro.
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Update from the Bunker: We're all putting safety first, self-isolating and socially distancing, but not forever! Visit Metallica.com for full details, but here's what you need to know. The South American shows originally planned for April are in the process of moving to December. Stay tuned for additional updates later this week. DWP's @epicenterfest, @welcometorockville, and @sonictemplefestival have all unfortunately been cancelled. However, @louderthanlifefest in Louisville has ADDED a date and we're excited to announce we'll be hitting the stage on Thursday, September 17th. To our friends in Australia and New Zealand, please know that we have not forgotten and you're still in our hearts and minds. We will make it to your part of the world as soon as we can. We promise! We'll sign off for now by sending you our love during these trying times. Here's to looking back on this period soon with a renewed appreciation for all the amazing times together with our extended Metallica Family around the world.
“Os shows na América do Sul originalmente planejados para abril estão em processo de mudança para dezembro. Fiquem ligados para atualizações adicionais ao final desta semana”, informa.
A turnê World Wired Tour deve passar por quatro cidades brasileiras: Porto Alegre, Curitiba, São Paulo e Belo Horizonte.