Unfortunately Chelsea Wolfe has to move her concert from Monday March 23 to a date yet to be determined in the fall of 2020. She postpones the rest of her European tour due to the Corona virus situation. Below you can find the official statement concerning this postponement.
Purchased tickets will remain valid. As soon as we get a confirmation of the new concert, you will be notified. If you cannot make it to the new date, you will get the option to get your ticket(s) refunded. We are currently doing everything we can to fix this new date as quickly as possible.
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"Quietly crying in the airport as I leave my crew, gear, merch, stage crafts, & bus behind in Berlin to fly home. sadly, I’ve had to cancel/postpone my tour due to increasingly strict gathering restrictions, & new travel restrictions/misinformation. we’ve been in Prague for a few days, rehearsing & getting the show together, & I had so looked forward to sharing it with you. of course I understand that it’s important at this time for everyone to just stay safe & healthy, & I hope you’ll be understanding of this decision as well.. we stuck it out until it became unviable to keep pushing the tour forward." - Chelsea Wolfe
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Chelsea Wolfe is a singer/songwriter and eponymous full band started in 2009 out of Los Angeles, California. Her style has been described as "doom folk", and her music has been described as a "specific brand of drone-metal-art-folk". Inspired by the dark state of the world and the strange connection between all things, she creates a unique musical blend of goth-folk, experimental rock and spiritual realm funeral songs. With influences ranging from the great minds of Ingmar Bergman and David Lynch, to soviets and end-times literature, her songs conjure visions of other dimensions, claustrophobic echo-rooms and parking garage cathedrals. Wolfe has recorded five full length studio albums: The Grime and the Glow, released December 28, 2010 on limited vinyl through Brooklyn’s Pendu Sound Recordings; Ἀποκάλυψις (pronounced “Apokalypsis”), which was released as a 12” LP on August 23, 2011; Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs, released in October 2012 through Sargent House; Pain is Beauty, out September 3, 2013; and Abyss, released August 7, 2015.
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