Todd Rundgren has rescheduled his spring tour of the U.S. because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. New dates will be announced soon.
“Well, I guess it must be pretty obvious that we won’t be out on tour this spring. Despair not, for we have rescheduled all of our dates and we will be coming to your town, so hold on to those tickets.
Details soon to follow!, Rundgren wrote on Facebook.
Rundgren was set to kick off his U.S. tour on May 1 in San Francisco in celebration of his critically acclaimed 1973 album A Wizard, A True Star.
Rundgren told Billboard that he’s also looking into the concept of playing remote concerts that would be streamed into homes.
“The show can come to your house instead of you having to leave your house and hang out in a crowd of people, which people may be leery about doing even after [concerts] start happening again,” Rundgren said.
He added, “You can do it in a way that still makes people feel a little bit local and special. I think that remote touring is a fallback, and nobody has taken it seriously until something like this [pandemic] happens.”
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