Moonspell Move London Gig


Bereavement forces date change

MOONSPELL have had to move their upcoming London show one day due to the sad news that guitar player Ricardo Amorim’s father passed away.

Due to scheduling postponing it until a later date isn’t possible. All tickets for the original date are still valid.

In a statement the band say:“It is with deepest sorrow and regret that we got the news this morning that our brother and Moonspell’s guitar player Ricardo Amorim’s father passed away.

Obviously some privacy is due and we’ll keep the details to ourselves, but the repercussions of this are obvious and although we are trying our utmost to keep the ripples in the water from turning into a tidal wave, a solution had to be found so that Ricardo can attend his father’s funeral and bid his last farewell.

As such, and out of a sense of commitment to our fans, we found a solution that allowed the show in London to happen regardless, but the date has necessarily been changed to Good Friday, April 3rd.

We collectively and in behalf of our friend and brother thank you for your understanding and sympathy, fully aware that this change might affect your plans. We, however, hope that you will join us in The Underworld on Friday, regardless. If ever there was a valid reason for a postponement, this is it.

Nothing would warm our wolfheart’s more than going on stage before a packed venue in this dark time, so we call upon you to join us and give us the energy we need to overcome this.

Always under the spell.”

Everyone at MVM sends our condolences to Ricardo at this sad time.

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