Circle Jerks Postpone Tour Dates Due To Keith Morris Covid-19 Battle

Michael Angulia | 04-14-2022

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pin it Share on Reddit email this article

Circle Jerks Tour poster
Tour poster

Punk icons the Circle Jerks have announced that they have been forced to postpone some current tour dates as frontman Keith Morris battles Covid-19.

They plan to resume the tour on April 26th with their scheduled show at The Mohawk in Austin. They had this to say, "We had hoped it wouldn't come to this, but our fearless singer, our dude, Keith Morris, is headed home to rest for 10 days as he recovers from COVID-19.

"This will not stop Keith! You have no idea how ecstatic we are to be on tour for the first time in 15 years and seeing your excitement every night has made it all worth it. Thank you! We plan to announce all rescheduled shows in the next week or two. And we will start the tour again on Tuesday, April 26th in Austin for two nights at the Mohawk. Get ready, Texas!

"This postponement is the reality of touring in 2022, but it does not take away how financially crippling it is for everyone involved - especially our good friends and supporting bands, 7Seconds & Negative Approach. We are selling silk screened posters signed by Keith Morris, John Brannon & Kevin Seconds in our online shop. All profits from this and the North American Flyer T-Shirt will be split equally between the three bands. If you want to support this tour, this is the best way to do it. Link in bio.

"We will continue to provide updates on Keith and all things Circle Jerks on our socials. We wish Keith a speedy recovery and cannot wait to see you all soon."

Related Stories
The Circle Jerks Reveal Rescheduled 40th Anniversary Tour Dates

Circle Jerks Postpone Tour Dates Due To Keith Morris Covid-19 Battle

Circle Jerks' Zander Schloss Looks Back With 'I Have Loved The Story Of My Life'

Circle Jerks Premiere 'Wild In The Streets' Video

Circle Jerks Add Over Two Dozen Shows To First Tour In 15 Years

News > Circle Jerks