A statement from Sparks ahead of their upcoming tour


A statement from Sparks ahead of their upcoming tour

Please read this important note from Sparks HQ about the bands upcoming tour, which heads to the Barrowland Ballroom next month:

In these times of great uncertainty due to Covid, embarking on a tour is fraught with concerns. Many artists have taken the difficult decision to further postpone or cancel shows. Sparks, however, are intending to go ahead with their tour.
We want them to safely complete the entire tour. We also want the concert environment be as safe as possible for everyone attending the shows. But we will need your help to achieve that.

Firstly, we’d like to thank everyone for adhering to the guidance and wearing a mask inside the auditorium of the Walt Disney Concert Hall at the recent shows.
There is no insurance if shows are cancelled due to Covid. If the band are exposed to the virus in a venue and need to cancel subsequent shows, not only is that disappointing for fans who have bought tickets for those future shows, it also has huge financial complications.

To protect Ron, Russell, the band, the crew, and YOU, the fans, there will be Covid guidance in place at each venue on the forthcoming tour, and we encourage you to check the show page on the venue’s website for that show before attending.
While vaccination passes, testing and masks might not be enforceable in every location on the tour, if you are coming to a show we would ask you to think about what actions you can take to help ensure that Sparks make it through the tour in good health. Naturally, we want you, the attendees, to stay healthy as well.
Also... due to the nature of the tour, please don’t feel offended if Ron and Russell can’t stop to sign autographs or take photos with fans before or after

Love from Sparks HQ

Catch them at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow on 13th April 2022.

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