Slaves postpone upcoming tour, Jonny Craig remains hospitalized
Slaves have postponed their upcoming U.K. and European tour and have provided on update on Jonny Craig's health.
Last week, the band postponed dates in Texas and New York City and posted a statement, saying that Craig has undergone three major surgeries for back pain.
Slaves emphasize that their team is already working to reschedule the tour for later in the year, which "is sorting out to include [a] great lineup."
UK & Europe --
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, SLAVES have been forced to postpone the upcoming shows in the United Kingdom & mainland Europe.
As many of you may know by now, Jonny had been experiencing severe back pain for a while and recently had to undergo three major back surgeries. We're happy to say that Jonny is in great spirits and recovering well but will have to remain hospitalized for the present time to properly heal and rehabilitate from these surgeries.
We are already working on the reschedule for later in the year with our UK/European team and support is sorting out to include great line-up. All tickets will remain valid and will be honored at the rescheduled shows. A special thank you to XRAY Touring, and all the promoters in UK & mainland Europe for their understanding.
Thank you for your continuous love & support,
Mar 10 Backstage Munich, Germany
Mar 11 Circolo MU Parma, Italy
Mar 12 Arena Vienna, Austria
Mar 14 Naumanns Leipzig, Germany
Mar 15 Musik & Frieden Berlin, Germany
Mar 16 Hafenklang Hamburg, Germany
Mar 17 Luxor Cologne, Germany
Mar 18 Pumpehuset Copenhagen West, Denmark
Mar 20 Sugar Factory Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mar 23 Sticky Mikes Frog Bar Brighton, Uk
Mar 24 02 Islington Academy London, United Kingdom
Mar 25 Thekla Bristol, United Kingdom
Mar 27 Mama Roux's Birmingham, United Kingdom
Mar 28 Basement Nottingham, United Kingdom
Mar 29 King Tuts Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mar 30 Sound Control Manchester, United Kingdom
Watch more: APTV Sessions: SLAVES - "One God"