Massive Attack announce rescheduled tour dates for cancelled North America ‘Mezzanine’ shows

The dates were initially due to take place this week

Massive Attack have rescheduled their shows in North America after announced they forced to postpone their a number of shows due to illness.

The band were due to embark on a tour of the US and Canada to celebrate the 21st-anniversary of their classic album ‘Mezzanine’, with dates originally slated to begin in Montreal on Monday (March 11).

Now it has been announced that the shows will take place throughout September 2019. The full dates are as follows:

SEPTEMBER 2019

1 – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, San Diego, CA
3 – Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
4 – Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
5 – Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
7 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
10 – Palace Theatre, St Paul, MN
11 – Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
12 – Detroit Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI
14 – Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
17 – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, ON
18 – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, ON
20 – Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, PA
21 – Boch Center, Boston, MA
24 – The Anthem, Washington DC
26 – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
27 – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY

When they initially cancelled the shows, the band said they were “deeply sorry for any inconvenience and are looking forward to bringing the show to the USA and Canada soon.”

No further details about the illness that has caused the postponement have been given. The band have stated that all current tickets will be valid for the new dates.

You can read the full original Facebook statement below.

In an interview last month about the ‘Mezzanine’ tour, Robert Del Naja said he was “happy for it to be unpredictable.”

Also discussing the nostalgia linked to the tour, he added: “I don’t think I’ve got a problem with nostalgia, because a lot of the time things are self-referential…I stopped feeling nostalgia for the moment because I imagine myself looking back on it from the future, which really freaks me out. I get this vertigo where I’m not thinking about the past, I’m thinking about how I’m going to feel in 10 years’ time.”