CODE ORANGE have had to cancel five previously announced headlining shows due to “newly enhanced COVID protocols” on the current SLIPKNOT tour of the U.S., which features them in the support role.
Three months ago, CODE ORANGE announced a number of fall 2021 headline performance dates that would see the group playing their own shows while simultaneously touring with SLIPKNOT.
The “Knotfest Roadshow” tour, also featuring KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and FEVER 333, kicked off in late September and is scheduled to wrap up in Arizona in early November.
CODE ORANGE released the following statement via social media: “ANNOUNCEMENT: due to newly enhanced COVID protocols on the Knotfest Roadshow Tour, we are no longer able to perform at our upcoming headline shows in Columbia, Jacksonville, Memphis, San Antonio and Tucson. this is not our call and we will be back soon. all tickets will be refunded from the point of purchase.”
CODE ORANGE’s latest album, “Underneath”, was released in March 2020 via Roadrunner Records.
UPCOMING HEADLINE SHOWS CANCELED pic.twitter.com/4MAtXi3TBV
— Code Orange (@codeorangetoth) October 15, 2021