Korn canceled their concert on Saturday in Scranton, PA because of a positive COVID-19 case within the band’s camp. The band’s official Twitter account made the announcement, tweeting: “Attention: SCRANTON, PA. Unfortunately, there has been a confirmed COVID-19 case within the Korn camp. The safety of our artists, crew, venue staff, and fans is our top priority, so we must postpone the show tonight. We’re deeply sorry for this unfortunate last-minute news, but please hold on to your tickets while we work to get your rescheduled date-sorted ASAP with Live Nation and the Pavilion at Montage Mountain. Thank you so much for being so understanding, and stay safe out there. We’ll be back soon.”
Mammoth WVH has also canceled two performances, as one of the band’s teams tested positive for COVID-19.
Wolfgang Van Halen tweeted: “Mammoth WVH will not be performing tonight in Missoula, MT or Monday night in Commerce City, CO out of an abundance of caution due to a member of our touring personnel testing positive for COVID-19. All band members and other crew have tested negative at this time. We apologize to those fans we won’t be seeing over the next couple of shows. Thanks to everyone for their support and we can’t wait to be back when it is 100% safe for everyone to do so.”
Pop Evil were also forced to cancel their Sunday show in Denver. Their statement read: “One of the members of our team has tested positive for COVID-19. Out of concern for everyone in our organization and the safety of our fans, we will be postponing tonight’s show. We will test again tomorrow to determine the status of our upcoming shows.”
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