NEW YEARS DAY Cancels Shows Due To Illness

NEW YEARS DAY Cancels Shows Due To Illness

NEW YEARS DAY has pulled out of the final few shows of its tour with FALLING IN REVERSE due to frontwoman Ash Costello's illness. Affected dates begin with tonight's (Friday, May 17) concert in Boise, Idaho and end on May 24 in Los Angeles, California.

Earlier today, NEW YEARS DAY took to Twitter to say: "Unfortunately, we will be canceling the last few shows of our tour with @FIROfficial. Ash has been sick these past few weeks — and though we are devastated over having to cancel, we need to prioritize our health so we can come back as soon as possible. Sincerest apologies to all our fans, but we hope to see you all soon!

NEW YEARS DAY is scheduled to appear at the Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma on May 25 before launching a headlining tour on June 13 in Fresno, California.

NEW YEARS DAY released its fourth studio album, "Unbreakable", on April 26 via RED Music. The follow-up to 2015's "Malevolence" was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN).


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