Lacuna Coil and Apocalyptica Postpone North America Tour Dates to Spring 2022

Lacuna Coil and Apocalyptica Postpone North America Tour Dates to Spring 2022

Italian gothic metal band Lacuna Coil and Finnish symphonic metal band Apocalyptica are rescheduling their North American tour together until spring 2022. It’s part of Apocalyptica Cell-0 tour, with Lacuna Coil supporting all North American dates.

It was initially predicted for May 2020, postponed to January-February 2021, then postponed until the end of August-September 2021. Now they have pushed it back for a year.

The tour is scheduled to begin April 7 at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA and end at the Queen Elizabeth Theater 4 in Toronto, ON on May 5. In between these shows, they are expected to perform at venues such as the House of Blues in Dallas, TX, Emo‘s in Austin, TX, The Belasco in Los Angeles, CA, The Regency in San Francisco, CA, Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC, House of Blues in Chicago, IL, St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI, Roxian in Pittsburgh, PA, Empire Live in Albany, NY, Webster Hall in New York, NY and Big Night Live in Boston, MA, among others. The full updated schedule is available below.

Dallas, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Albany dates are new, and tickets previously purchased for other stops will remain valid for the new dates. Tickets are currently available for all concerts on both groups website.

Cell-0 was released in January 2020, showing off the same cinematic style they’ve been known for since their debut album Play Metallica by four cellos in 1996. It is the continuation of their record of 2015 Shadow maker, who changed their sound with the addition of an American singer named Franky Perez.

Lacuna Coil’s last release was their 2019 album Black anima. They shared a live performance of “Apocalypse” from the album last month and contributed to Iron Maiden’s mobile RPG “Legacy of the Beast”.

Apocalyptica North America Cell-0 Tour dates 2022:

4/7 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
4/8 Orlando, Florida – The Plaza Live
4/10 Houston, Texas – House of Blues
4/11 Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
4/12 Austin, TX – Emo’s
4/14 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
4/15 Phoenix, AZ – Van Buren
4/16 Los Angeles, California – The Belasco
4/17 San Francisco, California – The Regency
4/18 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
4/19 Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
4/20 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
4/21 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
4/23 Edmonton, AB – Midway
4/24 Calgary, AB – Le Palais
4/26 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
04/27 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
4/28 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
04/29 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Roxian
4/30 Albany, NY – Empire Live
5/1 Hartford, CT – Webster Theater
5/2 New York, NY – Webster Hall
5/3 Boston, MA – Big Night Live
5/4 Montreal, QC – MTELUS
5/5 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theater 4

Photo credit: Stephen Hoffmeister


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