Joe Satriani reschedules European Shapeshifting dates to 2021

Satriani will release new album in April 2020

Joe Satriani has postponed the first leg of the European Shapeshifting Tour to spring 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The guitarist was planning to launch the nearly two month long trek in Germany on April 15th, but has pushed the dates to next spring.

“The current COVID-19 virus has now reached pandemic proportions and is making daily life for all of us very challenging,” Satriani shares. “As always, my concern for the health and safety of my fans, my band and crew always takes precedence when touring, and now is no exception. I’ve had to make the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the 1st leg of the European Shapeshifting Tour and we are working to reschedule the shows that are affected. Please hold on to your tickets for the rescheduled tour dates Let’s band together to beat this virus and rock another day.”

Satriani assures more dates will be announced soon.

Satriani’s forthcoming studio album, Shapeshifting, remains set for release on April 10th on CD and LP via Sony Music/Legacy Recordings. Satriani has released “Big Distortion,” available now on all streaming platforms.

Rescheduled Shapeshifting Tour Dates:

April 9 Zurich, Switzerland Volkshaus Zurich
April 10 Winterbach Germany Salierhalle
April 12 Aarhus Denmark Train
April 13 Odense Denmark Posten
April 14 Copenhagen Denmark Amager Bio
April 15 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset
April 16 Oslo Norway Rockefeller
April 18 Mainz Germany Rheingoldhalle
April 19 Berlin Germany Huxleys
April 20 Numberg Germany Löwensaal
April 21 Karlsruhe Germany Tollhaus
April 23 Antwerp Belgium De Roma Borgerhout
April 24 Enschede Netherlands Muziekcentrum Enschede
April 25 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg the max
April 26 Heerlen Netherlands RABOzaal Heerlen
April 27 Oberhausen Germany Turbinenhalle
April 30 Birmingham UK Birmingham Symphony Hall
May 1 Bexhill UK Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
May 2 Manchester UK Bridgewater Hall
May 4 London UK Palladium
May 5 Gateshead UK Sage
May 6 Glasgow UK O2 Academy Glasgow

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