Evanescence & Halestorm postpone show after tour “hit by COVID”

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Evanescence and Halestorm have postponed a show on their ongoing co-headlining tour due to the outing getting “hit by COVID.”

The affected date, originally scheduled to take place this past Sunday in Cincinnati, Ohio, will now be held next Monday, December 20.

“Even when you have every precaution in place, you can still get and transmit this virus,” Evanescence tweeted Sunday. “Grateful we are all vaccinated and nobody’s symptoms are severe.”

“Please be smart and stay safe this season, get the vax, wear a mask, care for one another,” the band added. “We will get through this together.”

So far, the infection has only hit the Evanescence side. Lzzy Hale shared that “Everyone in the Halestorm band and crew are safe, sound and negative!” but added that she and her band mates will still be “locking down for the next two days.”

“Fingers crossed that we can then resume this magical tour,” Hale wrote in an Instagram post. “We are sending our good vibes and well wishes to our dear friends in the Evanescence camp!”

The tour, which kicked off in November, is currently scheduled to continue Tuesday in Pittsburgh.

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