Street-punk band Booze & Glory have postponed their 15-date tour of the UK which was scheduled for next month due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Booze & Glory have postponed their April tour of the UK.

The multi-national band are based in London, but its members live in European countries which have closed their borders in a bid to try to halt the spread of COVID-19.

A statement posted on the band’s Facebook page last night said: “We are really sorry to announce we have to cancel/postpone our UK tour in April.

“The countries we live in closed the borders and we’re unable to leave. The situation will probably get worse, and we’re pretty sure UK will close the borders soon.

“Please hold on with ticket refunds as we are looking into our touring schedule at the moment, and hope we will have some dates for you very soon.

“If so the tickets will be valid. We really want to play the UK this year before Brexit kicks in…

“In the meantime you guys stay safe, do the right things and look after each other.”

Several other bands have had to cancel dates due to travel restrictions, including Dirt Box Disco and Loaded 44, who both had upcoming dates in Germany.

Gary Welford owner