Current 93 postpone NYC shows until 2021 due to coronavirus
Long-running and prolific “Hallucinatory Patripassianist rock group" Current 93, led by David Tibet, were set to play their first NYC shows in two decades in April, supporting their 2018 album The Light is Leaving Us All. They were previously scheduled to tour in 2011, but those dates were postponed and ultimately never happened. Unfortunately, their 2020 shows have also been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but new dates have been scheduled for March 4, 5, and 6, 2021 at Warsaw. The band writes:
Dear All: on behalf of myself and all the C93 Family, we are very sad and very unhappy to announce that C93’s April 2020 Channellings at Warsaw in NYC have been postponed. As you will understand, this was completely out of our hands, and out of Warsaw’s hands too.
BUT... PLEASE hang on to your tickets BECAUSE:
C93 APRIL CHANNELLINGS AT WARSAW, NYC, ARE RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 4, 5, & 6 IN 2021
We are very grateful to Timothy Mark Lewis and Jake Gill of Mythology Agency, who are C93 Family and who also manage C93, and to Christian McKnight at Live Nation for enabling us to reschedule this so speedily.
Love to You All, and be safe and well, and ALL SHALL BE WELL, and GodWilling SEE YOU IN A YEAR!
David+++ and C93+++
Fingers crossed that C93 finally make it back to NYC to perform in 2021!