The band’s new tour excludes some previously-announced stops
Tame Impala have apologised to fans for omitting some locations on their ‘The Slow Rush’ US headline tour, after announcing rescheduled dates earlier this week.
Tame Impala were forced to cut short a run of gigs in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic following the release of their latest album, ‘the slow Rush’ the previous month.
The Australian psych-rockers will now be touring the album in the US from September 2021, including newly-announced shows at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl amphitheatre alongside perfume Genius. Though many dates were able to be rescheduled, some were cancelled, with ticketholders to be issued refunds.
In a statement posted to social media, the band said they understand that “the excitement for some is a huge disappointment for others”, acknowledging that they worked as hard as possible to reschedule the run of headline dates.