Well, Mellogang, I’ve got some bad news for you. Marshmello has officially canceled the Melloverse tour. The tour was originally going to start on August 28th and end in early October. Due to the unseen future of coronavirus and live shows, Marshmello made the safest decision for his team and fans. The future of the tour is uncertain, but fans who have a ticket will receive a refund.
Marshmello took his statement to Instagram and posted the following. “I’ve decided to cancel my tour. Up until a few months ago, pandemics were just something I thought existed in movies and the history books that we all read in school, little did any of us ever imagine we’d be living through one as I type this. The safety and well being of every single one of you is way important to me than the thought of rescheduling the tour for 2021. I also know a lot of us have been hit hard financially on top of everything else so I wanted to make sure everyone that bought a ticket got their money back. All tickets will be fully refunded at the point of purchase. It’s so important for us to be there for one another during these testing times so I want all of you to know that I can’t wait to see you all soon.”
He urges fans to stay safe, wear a mask, wash hands, and practice social distancing. The more we do this, the faster we can get back to a semi-normal life. The easiest and most effective thing we can do is follow the safety guidelines. I know times are tough, so it’s important to look out for each other and lean on your loved ones. We will get through this, and we will rave again.