Lead singer Iva Davies has tested positive and is in self-isolation ahead of ICEHOUSE's appearance at Sidney Myer Music Bowl this weekend.
ICEHOUSE have had to postpone their Great Southern Land 2022 – The Concert Series performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl scheduled for this coming Saturday, November 19 as Iva Davies has tested positive for COVID-19 and is self-isolating. They have rescheduled the concert to February 11, 2023. The ICEHOUSE dates for Brisbane on Saturday, November 26, and Sydney on Monday, December 12 will go ahead as scheduled.
ICEHOUSE tour postponed
- ICEHOUSE have had to postpone their appearance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl on November 19
- Iva Davies has tested positive for Covid-19 and is self-isolating
- The concert has been rescheduled to Saturday, February 11 2023
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“The band and I were all looking forward to playing on Saturday to the thousands of fans who have tickets,” says Iva Davies. “We have very strict protocols around our travel and performance schedule but somewhere I contracted Covid 19 despite all my vaccinations.”
“I am devastated to have to postpone the concert, but the impact of the infection means that I am having difficulty breathing and certainly couldn’t manage to sing a full show. Rather than try to battle through and not give the concertgoers the best ICEHOUSE experience possible, we have made the extremely difficult decision to postpone until next February by which time we will be able to deliver the full ICEHOUSE concert in good health to our Melbourne friends and fans.”
All existing ticket holders will be notified of this rescheduled date via the official ticketing agency and are requested to retain their tickets. Original purchases will be valid for the new date without the need for exchange.
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