Bauhaus Cancels North American Tour Dates as Peter Murphy Goes to Rehab


Bauhaus has canceled its series of upcoming North American tour dates in the fall after the band’s Peter Murphy entered rehab.

The band was due to tour the mainland in September, but those shows have now been canceled as the band’s vocalist opted to change things that needed to change.

The band shared a statement on the decision, which read, “It is with the greatest regret that Bauhaus performances in North America have been canceled for the remainder of the year. After a series of critically acclaimed reunion shows across continents, Peter Murphy will enter a rehabilitation center to tend to his health and well-being. Please contact your point of sale regarding ticket refunds.

While the news is probably a bit embarrassing for fans and those who had purchased tickets, it’s still admirable when someone wants to work towards quitting an addiction. The band and Murphy should be applauded for their efforts.

Fans can check out the canceled dates below. They include Riot Fest and East Coast, Midwestern and Southern US dates

Previously, the band had postponed concerts during their recent US tour, citing an “unforeseen medical issue not associated with COVID-19” in May.

September 6 – History (Toronto, ON)
September 8 – Kings Theater (New York, NY)
September 9 – Kings Theater (New York, NY)
September 10 – The Met (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
September 12 – Anthem (Washington, DC)
September 13 – MGM Music Hall (Boston, MA)
September 14 – College Street Music Hall (New Haven, CT)
September 16 – Masonic Theater (Detroit, MI)
September 17 – Riot Fest (Chicago, IL)
September 18 – Palace Theater (Minneapolis, MN)
September 20 – Southside Ballroom (Dallas, TX)
September 21 – 713 Music Hall (Houston, TX)
September 23 – Tabernacle (Atlanta, Georgia)
September 26 – The Mission Ballroom (Denver, CO)
September 29 – Greek Theater (Los Angeles, CA)


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