(Photo by Mothmeister) The Belgian EBM cult act Front 242 has announced an update on their forthcoming USA tour dates for 2021 and you can assume that these dates will not change anymore as the USA is currently one of the few countries who have managed to get the pandemic under control.
Fully vaccinated Americans can also now discard masks and the need for social distancing outdoors and in most indoors settings, so the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) said Thursday in an announcement after months of mostly cautious measures.
A person is considered fully vaccinated against the coronavirus two weeks after getting the second Pfizer or Moderna shot or the same length of time after receiving the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The new announcement represents a major step toward a return to normalcy after a pandemic that has lasted more than a year but which however never reached the disastrous figures like in Europe. Just to give you an example, Belgium for instance is one of the worst hit countries in the world if you look at the number of cases per 100.000 inhabitants.
So here are the concert dates for Front 242 in the USA.
- September 15 2021 Usa New York Tbd
- September 17 2021 Usa Philadelphia Tbd
- September 19 2021 Usa Tampa The Orpheum
- September 22 2021 Usa Denver Oriental Theater
- September 24 2021 Usa Minneapolis Fine Line
- September 25 2021 Usa Chicago Metro Cold Waves Festival
- September 29 2021 Usa Mesa Club Red
- September 30 2021 Usa Los Angeles The Mayan Theater Cold Waves Festival
- October 02 2021 Usa San Francisco Tbd
- October 03 2021 Usa Portland Hawthorne Theater
- October 05 2021 Usa Seattle Neumos
- October 06 2021 Usa Salt Lake City Metro Music Hall
- October 08 2021 Usa Dallas Canton Hall
- October 09 2021 Usa Houston Numbers
- October 1o 2021 Usa San Antonio Sam’s
- October 12 2021 Usa Baltimore Soundstage
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