Fall Out Boy Band Withdraws From The Hella Mega Tour Due To Covid-19 Complications
Fall Out Boy with Green Day and Weezer are withdrawing from two dates on their Hella Mega Tour “because one person in the band’s team tested positive for COVID”.
The concerts – August 4th at Citi Field in Queens and Fenway Park in Boston on August 5th – will continue to feature Green Day, Weezer, and the Interrupters.
Fall Out Boy has reported they won’t perform at the Boston and New York shows on the Hella Mega visit.
The band refers to an individual from their staff testing positive for COVID-19 as the essential justification for wiping out. In any case, they guarantee fans that all individuals from the visit are immunized.
The band announced the news on their Instagram.
“Out of a bounty of closeout, Fall Out Boy won’t perform at the New York and Boston shows of the Hella Mega Tour because a person in the band’s group was positive for COVID,” the band says.
“Green Day, Weezer, and The Interrupters will proceed as booked,” the post proceeds. “Note that everybody on the whole visit, both band, and group, are completely immunized. Each band and their team have worked in an air pocket autonomously to defend everybody however much as could reasonably be expected at each show and in the middle of shows. The visit likewise has a COVID security convention official on staff full-time that is guaranteeing everybody is intently following all CDC guidelines.”
The band was just on their fifth date of the Hella Mega visit. Fall Out Boy is only the furthest down the line band to drop shows in wake of the proceeded pandemic.
In mid-July, Foo Fighters had to postpone their exceptionally expected second post-lockdown show at Los Angeles’ Forum. Deftones and Gojira also made the choice to drop their mid-year visit briefly time because of the Delta variation.
To battle conceivable transmission, a few groups have started executing compulsory confirmation of immunization upon section to shows. Others, like MakeWar and Rutterkin, made show passes $18 for immunized people and $1,000 for the individuals who aren’t unvaccinated.
“I needed it to be an antibody drive to get the fence-sitters off the fence,” the show’s coordinator, Paul Williams, told ABC News. “I needed to get the children that need to go to shows to go out and have their chances.”
Albeit 70% of the grown-up populace has been inoculated, the United States actually midpoints almost 86,000 new cases each day, as indicated by a New York Times report. While impediments forced toward the start of lockdown have since been released, the CDC as yet recommends wearing a veil out in the open and setting a 14-day self-isolate after any conceivable openness.
On the off chance that you figure you may be showing indications of COVID-19, tests are accessible cross country liberated from cost at wellbeing focuses and select drug stores. Testing areas for each state can be found at the Department of Health and Human Services site, and inoculation destinations can be found here.
Green Day and Weezer will in any case show up at the New York and Boston dates of the Hella Mega tour. Fall Out Boy will rejoin the visit on Aug. 8 during the Washington, D.C. date.