Silverstein Postpones Remaining 20th Anniversary Tour Dates Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Silverstein has made the official announcement that they are being forced to cancel the remaining dates on their highly-anticipated 20th Anniversary Tour. The band made a statement on Friday (March 13) letting fans know of the cancellation. The tour also included Four Year Strong and I The Mighty.

The band recently released their new album, A Beautiful Place to Drown, via UNFD earlier this month.

Read the bands statement below:

We are sad to announce we are postponing the remainder of our 20th anniversary tour. It’s extremely disheartening for us and we know it’s equally frustrating for everyone who was planning to come out to the shows.

With the COVID-19 pandemic getting worse, we didn’t want to put our fans in harms way and postponing the tour is the right thing to do. We are almost done rescheduling the tour and the new dates will be up very soon. All previously sold tickets will be honored.

Thank you so much to everyone who supported us so far on this incredible run. To everyone else, we will see you soon. – Silverstein

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