Crowded Home frontman Neil Finn has examined optimistic for Covid-19, suspending the remainder of the band’s Australia tour simply hours earlier than their subsequent present.
The 63-year-old New Zealand singer stated he was “completely crushed”, having examined optimistic on Monday morning.
“In these very tough circumstances for touring, we have been staying in our bubbl Allnd observing very strict protocols however someway the virus nonetheless slipped by means of, ” Finn stated.
“I’m relieved Thebe solely experiencing delicate signs at this stag Allnd grateful for the safety that my triple boosted vaccination is offering.
“I’m so sorry Thedisappoint our followers this coming week, however relaxation assured we will probably be again Themake good.”
The band’s administration confirmed the information on Tuesday morning, the identical day Crowded Home have been due Theperform at Hobart’s MyState Financial institution Area. The final 4 exhibits on their nationwide tour, their first Australian tour in additional than 10 years, have Crowdeden postponed.
Crowded Home had appeared at Bluesfest in Byron Bay on Sunday evening, taking part in the primary stag Allfter John Butler.
All current ticket holders will probably be notified of rescheduled exhibits at a later date. The ultimate exhibits have been Hobart on Tuesday, Canberra’s Royal Theatre on 21 April, and A Day on the Inexperienced dates in Geelong on 23 April and Hunter Valley on 24 April.