Lamb Of God have postponed their UK and European tour

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Lamb Of God have postponed their upcoming UK and European tour.

The tour was due to kick off in Denmark on November 18 before hitting the UK in December, with German thrash legends Kreator also on the bill. However, the dates have now been postponed until Spring 2023.

The band said via social media: “We regrettably announce that due to unforeseen circumstances we have to postpone the State Of Unrest tour with Kreator to February/March 2023. Support for the new dates will be announced soon.”

While tickets remains valid for the new dates, the Glasgow show has been cancelled. Refunds for that date will be available from the point of purchase.

The State Of Unrest tour featuring Lamb Of God and Kreator was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, but had to be postponed twice due to the pandemic.

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Lamb Of God/Kreator: rescheduled State Of Unrest tour dates 2023

Feb 15: Munich Zenith. Germany   
Feb 17: Warsaw Stodola, Poland
Feb 18: Riga Palladium, Latvia
Feb 19: Helsinki Ice Hall Black Box, Finland
Feb 21: Stockholm Annexet, Sweden
Feb 22: Copenhagen Forum Black Box, Denmark
Feb 24: Wiesbaden Schlachthof Germany
Feb 25: Ludwigsburg MHP Arena, Germany
Feb 26: Paris Olympia, France
Feb 28: Brussels, Ancienne Belgique, Belgium
Mar 2: Tilburg 013 Poppodium, Netherlands
Mar 3: Leipzig Haus Auensee, Germany
Mar 4: Essen Grugahall, Germany
Mar 5: Hamburg Edel Optics Arena, Germany
Mar 7: Manchester Academy, UK
Mar 8: Bristol O2 Academy, UK
Mar 10: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Mar 11: London O2 Brixton Academy, UK
Mar 14: Barcelona Razzmatazz 1, Spain
Mar 15: Madrid Riviera, Spain
Mar 17: Zurich The Hall. Switzerland
Mar 18: Saarbrücken E-Werk, Germany
Mar 19: Berlin Columbiahalle, Germany

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