Nine Inch Nails Cancels 2021 Tour, Including Both Sold-Out Nautica Shows in Cleveland

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Citing a return to rising bad Covid trends, Nine Inch Nails announced today that it has canceled its 2021 tour schedule.



That includes both sold-out shows at Nautica with the Pixies. Refunds will be available with details on that at a later date.

The announcement, made on NIN's website, is below.



IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET THAT WE ARE CANCELLING ALL NIN APPEARANCES FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS YEAR.

WHEN ORIGINALLY PLANNED, THESE SHOWS WERE INTENDED TO BE A CATHARTIC AND CELEBRATORY RETURN TO LIVE MUSIC. HOWEVER, WITH EACH PASSING DAY IT’S BECOMING MORE APPARENT WE’RE NOT AT THAT PLACE YET.

WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE OR DISAPPOINTMENT AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AGAIN WHEN THE TIME IS RIGHT.

TICKET BUYERS FOR THE SEPTEMBER 21 AND 23 SHOWS IN CLEVELAND, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR POINT OF PURCHASE FOR TICKET REFUND INFORMATION.

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