LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Famed 1980s all-female rock band The Go-Go’s have postponed Wednesday’s scheduled performance at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, along with all other West Coast dates, due to a COVID-19 case involving someone on the tour.
“A member of our team recently tested positive for COVID,” according to a social media statement released by the group Monday. “Although we are, of course, very disappointed, we will be following proper protocols and postponing our upcoming West Coast dates.”
In addition to the Wednesday performance in Los Angeles, the group also scrubbed shows set for Tuesday in San Francisco, Friday and Saturday in Las Vegas and Monday in San Diego.
🚨Announcement regarding upcoming Dec/Jan tour dates: A member of our team recently tested positive for COVID. ALTHOUGH WE ARE, OF COURSE, VERY DISAPPOINTED, we will be following proper protocols and postponing our upcoming west coast dates. pic.twitter.com/WDUTILqW8K
— The Go-Go’s (@officialgogos) December 27, 2021
According to the notification, new dates for the shows will be announced “very soon,” and the group looks forward “to getting back to performing and celebrating with everyone. Wishing everyone a wonderful and safe holiday season, and see you in the new year!”
The group is scheduled to tour overseas with Billy Idol next summer.