Thanks to that dogged fucker COVID-19, Australian touring rock festival Under The Southern Stars is being rescheduled once again.
After the pandemic first reared its ugly head at the start of last year, the 90’s rock-themed event — which was set to see the likes of international acts Bush, Live, Stone Temple Pilots, Australia’s own Rose Tattoo and more play 11 dates across the nation — was originally pushed to February/March of 2021.
Now, thanks to the dreaded virus, the fest has been shifted to April/May.
“This year has sent us all on a rollercoaster ride and 2020 has been anything but stable and while we at UTSS HQ have done everything possible to ensure that the shows in February – March go ahead, there have been a myriad of ongoing developments and changes that have forced a further rescheduling until late April and into May 2021,” organisers posted on social media in a statement.
“Further information on the rescheduled dates will be made available in early January and of course all existing tickets will remain valid for the new shows.
“No action is required from ticket holders at this time other than to stay tuned for our big announcement in January 2021.”
We’ll keep you looped with any further updates.