With deep regret, Bauhaus has announced that they have canceled the remainder of their North American tour this year.
The band announced this morning that Peter Murphy would enter rehab to “attend to his health and well-being,” after a string of critically-acclaimed performances. Bauhaus had been gaining loads of praise for their recent string of ferocious live shows – most notably a visceral blood moon eclipse howl at Cruel World Festival. The band even released their first song in 14 years, “Drink the New Wine.”
This is not the first time Bauhaus has had to cancel shows this year, and in 2019, Murphy suffered a massive heart attack during his residency at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City; his health has been in flux since. Unfortunately, it seems the hectic pace of touring is catching up with Murphy, and we sincerely hope for a full recovery.
For tickets bought for these dates, please contact your point of purchase regarding ticket refunds.
Bauhaus Tour Dates (Canceled)
- Sept. 6 – History (Toronto, ON)
- Sept. 8 – Kings Theatre (New York, NY)
- Sept. 9 – Kings Theatre (New York, NY)
- Sept. 10 – The Met (Philadelphia, PA)
- Sept. 12 – Anthem (Washington, DC)
- Sept. 13 – MGM Music Hall (Boston, MA)
- Sept. 14 – College Street Music Hall (New Haven, CT)
- Sept. 16 – Masonic Theater (Detroit, MI)
- Sept. 17 – Riot Fest (Chicago, IL)
- Sept. 18 – Palace Theatre (Minneapolis, MN)
- Sept. 20 – Southside Ballroom (Dallas, TX)
- Sept. 21 – 713 Music Hall (Houston, TX)
- Sept. 23 – Tabernacle (Atlanta, GA)
- Sept. 26 – Mission Ballroom (Denver, CO)
- Sept. 29 – Greek Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)
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