Thursday postpones holiday shows after band member receives COVID-19

On Thursday, they postponed two of their vacation concerts scheduled for this week in Washington, DC (December 29) and Sayreville, NJ (December 30), which reportedly featured the band and Laura Jane Grace. That’s because Thursday said “one of the group members” tested positive for COVID-19.

But plans remain in place for a busy Thursday package tour in early 2022. Headlining the influential post-hardcore group led by Geoff Rickly, the trek will find its supporting roles in a trio sorted out on the Stream of classic emo groups – Cursive, former Sunny Day Real Estate frontman Jeremy Enigk and The Appleseed Cast.

Thursday, of course, are the screamo popularizers who first ignited with the years 2001 Complete collapse. Cursive made a name for itself around the same time on Saddle Creek Records. The silky-voiced Enigk has performed solo since he last parted ways with emo favorites, Sunny Day Real Estate. The post-rock-focused group Appleseed Cast is an atmospheric group that has previously signed with Deep Elm Records.

As for the failed concerts on Thursday, they revealed this week (December 26), “One of the band members tested positive for covid this morning. This week’s shows in DC [at 9:30 Club] and Sayreville [at Starland] do NOT happen. Rescheduled dates will be announced very soon. “

Instead of the canceled shows, Thursday will rebroadcast their V2 signals live performances from last year, as they explained in a longer statement on Monday (December 27). Tickets for this Thursday (December 30) retransmission are available now at livefrom.events/thursday.

Other musicians who have tested positive for COVID include Bruce Dickinson, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, members of Korn and others. Vaccination efforts continue as 61 percent in the United States is fully vaccinated. More than 800,000 Americans have died from COVID, according to the New York Times.

Thursday’s last album, No devolution, emerged in 2011. Rickly has also performed with groups such as United Nations and No Devotion.

Buy tickets for the 2022 tour on thursday.net and check out those dates under Thursday’s postponement post.

Thursday, Cursive, Jeremy Enigk + The Appleseed Cast Winter 2022 US Tour Dates

January 6 – Virginia Beach, Virginia @ elevation 27
January 7 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
January 8 – Louisville, Ky. @ Paristown Hall
January 9 – Nashville, Tennessee @ Brooklyn Bowl
January 11 – Ft Lauderdale, Florida @ Culture Room
January 12 – Orlando, Florida @ House of Blues
January 14 – Houston, Texas @ Scout Bar
January 15 – San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
January 16 – Dallas, Texas @ Amplified Live
January 17 – Kansas City, Missouri @ The Truman
January 19 – Detroit, Michigan @ El Club
January 20 – Chicago, Illinois @ Concord Music Hall
January 21 – Youngstown, Ohio @ Packard Music Hall
January 22 – Rochester, NY @ Anthology
January 24 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
January 26 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
January 27 – Portland, me. @ Will have
January 28 – New Haven, CT. @ Place des toads
February 5 – Denver, Colorado @ Summit
February 6 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot
February 7 – Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory
February 9 – Seattle, Washington @ The Crocodile
February 10 – Spokane, Washington @ Knitting factory
February 11 – Portland, Oregon @ Roseland
February 12 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
February 14 – San Francisco, CA @ August Hall
February 15 – Pomona, CA @ Glass House
February 17 – Phoenix, Arizona @ Nile Theater
February 18 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
February 19 – San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick

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