My Chemical Romance Calls Off Comeback Show Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Gerard Way and his bandmates are forced to pull the plug on their band's upcoming summer concert series in the United Kingdom amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

AceShowbiz - My Chemical Romance's first U.K. comeback show has been postponed after organisers of the Eden Sessions announced they have scrapped this summer's concerts.

Gerard Way and his bandmates were to kick off the Eden Project-hosted concert series in Cornwall on June 16, 2020, but now their show, along with gigs featuring Lionel Richie, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, The Script, and Diana Ross have been pulled.

"Organisers have been closely assessing the impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic and decided that to ensure the safety and wellbeing of concert-goers, artists, crews, Eden Sessions staff and supporting teams, the Sessions could not go ahead this year," a statement reads.

"We are working hard to reschedule artists booked for 2020 to play next year."

My Chemical Romance's sold-out Stadium MK residency in Milton Keynes on June 18, 20 and 21 and a show in Dublin, Ireland are still on schedule at press time.

The band has postponed planned tour dates in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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