In a message to fans, High on Fire has canceled all of its headline club tour dates due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The band suggests fans contact their point of purchase for refunds. Ad for their festival dates, the band recommends keeping up with Festival news on their sites and socials. They are working on rescheduling European tour dates for 2021. The band had continued to tour in support of their Grammy-Award winning albumElectric Messiah, released via eOne Music. The band has yet to announce a permanent replacement for co-founder and drummer Des Kensel, who stepped down from the band after 21 years in 2019.
As you may already know many of the European festivals are being postponed due to COVID-19 – we will post a more detailed statement regarding touring when we have all the facts and information you need …
Our fans health and safety will always come first
For all club shows they are effectively cancelled now and you should contact point of purchase
For the festivals we suggest following news on their websites
We are working as fast as possible with all promoters to get you updates about our getting back to Europe in 2021.