5SOS postponed their US tour after postponing their Australian concerts

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5SOS again postpones their US tour after delaying their Australian concerts’ in the best interest of fans’ safety ‘amid coronavirus pandemic

5 Seconds Of Summer have been forced to reschedule the US, Mexican and Canadian leg of their ‘No Shame’ tour amid the coronavirus pandemic.

5SOS, which consists of band members Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin and Michael Clifford, announced the news in a Twitter post.

“To all our friends and fans in the US, Mexico and Canada… as the world reopens more and more every day, everyone in 5SOS continues to feel more positive… every day!” They wrote.

Rescheduled: 5 Seconds Of Summer Are Forced To Reschedule The US, Mexican And Canadian Legs Of Their 'No Shame' Tour Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

Rescheduled: 5 Seconds Of Summer Are Forced To Reschedule The US, Mexican And Canadian Legs Of Their ‘No Shame’ Tour Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

However, looking ahead, it is still important that we act cautiously and safely for everyone. With that in mind, we’ll have to postpone our upcoming tour dates one more time, to a time that we can all count on, ‘they continued.

The 5SOS world tour was first confirmed in early 2020, but was delayed due to the pandemic.

But all is not lost to avid fans of the band, as they assured concertgoers that they will be releasing new music soon.

‘We’re in the studio typing this, so we’re also happy to work on new music that will accompany the move to 2022!’

New music is coming!  But all is not lost to avid fans of the band, as they assured concertgoers that they will be releasing new music soon.

New music is coming!  But all is not lost to avid fans of the band, as they assured concertgoers that they will be releasing new music soon.

New music is coming! But all is not lost to avid fans of the band, as they assured concertgoers that they will be releasing new music soon.

The uproar comes after the guys confirmed a delay in their Aussie portion of their highly anticipated concert in February.

“In the interest of fans’ safety, we have decided to reschedule our upcoming Australian dates to later in the year,” they said in a statement at the time.

Please keep your tickets. Sorry for the wait, ”they added.

Cardholders were required to see the boys in action Down Under between March 17-27, with dates for Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

The musicians, now based in Los Angeles, were last in Australia as part of Fire Fight Australia in Sydney February 2020.

The Australian pop rockers gave an energetic show for the 75,000 attendees with the hits She Looks So Perfect, Valentine and Want You Back.

Delayed;  The uproar comes after the guys confirmed a delay in their Aussie portion of their highly anticipated concert in February

Delayed;  The uproar comes after the guys confirmed a delay in their Aussie portion of their highly anticipated concert in February

Delayed; The uproar comes after the guys confirmed a delay in their Aussie portion of their highly anticipated concert in February

It has been a while!  The musicians, now based in Los Angeles, were last in Australia as part of Fire Fight Australia in Sydney February 2020. Pictured: singer Luke Hemmings

It has been a while!  The musicians, now based in Los Angeles, were last in Australia as part of Fire Fight Australia in Sydney February 2020. Pictured: singer Luke Hemmings

It has been a while! The musicians, now based in Los Angeles, were last in Australia as part of Fire Fight Australia in Sydney February 2020. Pictured: singer Luke Hemmings

The foursome also treated the audience to their single Shame, before releasing their set hits Young Blood and Who Do You Love?

5SOS started on the music scene in 2011 as a teenager.

Since then they have released four studio albums.

Their third LP, Youngblood, topped the Billboard 200, making them the first Australian act to have three No. 1 albums in the United States.

They have yet to confirm the new dates for their Australian No Shame tour.

Superstars: 5SOS started on the music scene in 2011 as a teenager.  Since then they have released four studio albums.  Their third LP, Youngblood, topped the Billboard 200, making them the first Australian act to have three No. 1 albums in the United States.

Superstars: 5SOS started on the music scene in 2011 as a teenager.  Since then they have released four studio albums.  Their third LP, Youngblood, topped the Billboard 200, making them the first Australian act to have three No. 1 albums in the United States.

Superstars: 5SOS started on the music scene in 2011 as a teenager. Since then they have released four studio albums. Their third LP, Youngblood, topped the Billboard 200, making them the first Australian act to have three No. 1 albums in the United States.

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