1990s cancel North American tour

Dates are postponed due to 'unforeseen circumstances'

1990s have cancelled their upcoming tour of North America, citing unforeseen circumstances.

The dates were scheduled to kick off tomorrow (May 27), in Philadelphia, and run until mid-June.

In a message on the band’s official website, bassist Dino Bardot wrote that the band hope to reschedule the outing for later this year:


“Due to unforeseen circumstances we’ve had to postpone our upcoming US tour. We feel really dreadful about this… Our apologies to everyone who was looking forward to coming along and seeing us… Hopefully we’ll be able to rearrange for later on in the year… We’ll update you here when we can… Dino”

The cancelled dates are:

Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s (May 27)
New York, NY Mercury Lounge (28)
Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel (29)
Brooklyn, NY Southpaw (30)
Allston, MA Great Scott (June 1)
Montreal QC Le Petit Campus (2)
Toronto ONT Horseshoe Tavern (June 3)
Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern (5)
St Paul, MN Turf Club (6)
Seattle, WA Neumo’s (10)
Portland, OR Berbati’s Pan (11)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (13)
Costa Mesa, CA Detroit Bar (14)
San Diego, CA The Casbah (15)
Los Angeles, CA Echo (16)

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