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Insane Clown Posse, Tech N9ne, Twiztid, Ouija Macc Postpone Tours amid Covid-19 Lockdowns

It should come as no surprise that all spring tours scheduled from now through May/June have been affected by the Coronavirus.  I just wanted to give you some updates of the ones who have officially postponed them, and then we’ll update you on each individual tour once we get more details.

First, let’s cover the Insane Clown Posse.  Their Wicked Clowns from Outer Space 2 Tour was due to start up late next month, but all dates have been postponed starting September 17th.  Check the tour dates right here, or you can see the new dates below

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Next up, Twiztid as announced that the HIGHnamic Duo Tour has been postponed.

The new dates haven’t been announced yet, but they have rescheduled the 4/20  show including the Kottonmouth KingsBlazeABK, and AMB to happen on June 12th!  Check that flyer below:

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Another tour that has suffered the wrath of the Coronavirus is the Ghetto Alchemy Tour 2 that’s being headlined by Ouija Macc and features Rozz Dyliams and Death Plus.  It has unfortunately been postponed, but we’ll let you know when they are rescheduled!

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And finally, one of the biggest tours of the year is Tech N9ne‘s EnterFear Tour featuring Jelly RollMaez301Krizz Kaliko, and King ISO.  All we know is that the entire tour is postponed, and we are awaiting new dates to be announced.

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Here’s the official announcement:


We’ve been getting a ton of emails and phone calls from people wondering what the status of Tech N9ne’s Enterfear Tour 2020 is and we wanted to take the time to provide you with an update on were we currently stand.

Due to the recent and ongoing developments concerning the situation with Covid-19 (Coronavirus), we have no other option but to inform everyone that we absolutely have to postpone this tour.

After extensive deliberation, taking into consideration the safety, heatlth, and well-being of you, our extended family, as well as that of our artists, crew and all the venue staff that it takes to put on a tour, we have decided that it’s in the best interest of everyone to make this adjustment.

We realize that this is disappointing to many of you, as well as us, but we know it’s a necessary step to ensure we do what we can to protect everyone involved.

Trust us when we say this was not a decision we wanted to make, but one that we feel is necessary and responsible, as we look around us, both within our industry and beyond, and see the effect this virus is having on a national and global scale.

We support all of the other acts who have had to make similar decisions in the recent weeks, as we know there were no other options.

We are currently working with promoters and venues to reschedule this tour, as we speak (keep in mind, this is no small task). We have no intention of canceling this tour, but we do have to postpone it for now.

We will keep you updated along the way, but know that our plan is to go to every city that’s currently listed on the tour routing.

The promoters and venues have confirmed that all tickets that have been purchased will be honored on their respective rescheduled date.

Additionally, we will honor all meet and greets that were purchased with VIP packages when the dates are rescheduled.

In the event that we have to change any venues or promoters, due to availability issues in the process of rescheduling, we will be providing detailed information, should this occur. In these cases, should you have previously purchased tickets or VIP packages, prior to the venue or promoter change, you will receive additional instructions so you’ll be fully informed.

We wish everyone the best during this difficult time.

Pleas econtinue to be diligent in your efforts to remain healthy.

We appreciate your support and understanding and look forward to seeing you soon.

I’m sure there are more tours that have been affected, but regardless, we’ll let you know about new and rescheduled tour dates once this all passes.  Much love and be safe out there!


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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. ElectroheadDante


    Comment posted on Saturday, March 21st, 2020 10:38 pm GMT -5 at 10:38 pm

    Twas inevitable.

  2. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 06:19 am GMT -5 at 6:19 am

    Tis the reason I didn’t buy my ticket yet. Falalalala lala la la

  3. BlackSand


    Comment posted on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 11:55 am GMT -5 at 11:55 am

    Yup, time to pump the brakes and chill with the kids n stuff.

    Make some coffee and get in the studio and take advantage of this down time, knowing you guys you’ll have an album done in no time.

  4. MisterMime


    Comment posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 10:01 pm GMT -5 at 10:01 pm

    Im glad I still have a job still but with Los Angeles on edge right now I am not sure how much longer that will be. BlackSand you have a point, rather than gaming and Netflix, its the perfect opportunity to get stuff done and learn new skills without worry of repercussions of a job.

  5. BlackSand


    Comment posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 11:08 pm GMT -5 at 11:08 pm

    Now that you mention it MisterMime, for me in my world, I still work but currently on lockdown while off duty which gives me time to catch up on the chores I’ve been ignoring forever. Procrastination is a big issue for me and I gotz to focus on my focus. I’m always blogging n other stuff which derails me from getting many things done in my daily life here in North San Diego.

    Working overnights doesn’t help either, gotta house full of sleeping people when I’m awake and they still work too. Thanx for the reply.

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