July discussion postpones remaining Canadian tour dates after crew member tested positive for COVID
The Live at Last tour started at the end of November and was scheduled to end on December 23
Posted on December 14, 2021
A member of the July Talk tour team tested positive for COVID-19 during the group’s Live at Last hike.
The series of dates began at the end of November, the Toronto group having already given several shows in Quebec and Ontario. News of the crewmember’s test results arrives today, as the number of cases of the Omicron variant increases in Canada.
“[H]my friends, “the group began, writing on Twitter this afternoon. “[O]One of our touring family members just tested positive for COVID-19. [T]there is still some canadian [sic] tour dates will be postponed. “
July Talk was scheduled to perform in Winnipeg tonight with Jaywood, following last night’s show in Thunder Bay. Then they planned to travel west for stops in Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Victoria.
“[W]We’re working on rescheduling these shows, so keep your tickets and we’ll post the new dates as soon as possible. [sic]”, they assured fans, adding:”[S]be safe there ðð¤. “
See the group’s tweet below.
One of the cities July Talk has performed in so far on the Live at Last tour has been Kingston, which has since cracked down on live music with new congregation limits.
one of our touring family members just tested positive for COVID-19. the remainder of the Canadian tour dates will be postponed. we’re working on rescheduling these shows, so keep your tickets and we’ll post the new dates as soon as possible.
stay safe there ðð¤
– July chat (@julytalk) December 14, 2021
July Talk recently released a new single “I Am Water” and took on The Exclaim! Survey.