More and more bands are once again postponing or canceling their tours as the Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus continues to wreak havoc in communities all across the country.

Today we learned that Nine Inch Nails has canceled their 2021 tour. The band took to social media to apologize to fans for the inconvenience and disappointment the news may cause but they explained why they felt it was in the best interest of the band and the fans to cancel their appearances, saying,

When originall planned, these shows were intended to be a cathartic and celebratory return to live music. However, with each passing day it's becoming more apparent we're not at that place yet.

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The cancellations do include the Nine Inch Nail's appearance at Louder Than Life in Louisville, Kentucky in September as well. In a post to social media, Louder Than Life shared the news saying,

Unfortunately Nine Inch Nails has cancelled all their 2021 performances, including Louder Than Life. We will be announcing the Saturday headliner replacement very soon! All LTL Saturday single day purchasers will receive an email within 72 hours.

 

Thanks for riding the rock wave with us, we can't wait to unveil your new headliner.

 

Nine Inch Nails is not the only band to cancel or postpone their appearances because of Covid-19. Korn, Pop Evil & Mammoth WVH have also made changes to their tour plans.  As for Louder than Life, organizers are requiring proof of vaccination or proof of a negative Covid-19 test prior to admittance to the festival. Proof of vaccination can include a physical or digital copy of your Covid-19 vaccination certificate.

 

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