Wolfgang Van Halen Postpones Mammoth WVH Tour With Dirty Honey


Mammoth WVH frontman Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Instagram account and announced that their tour with Dirty Honey was postponed due to the recent COVID surge.

As you may remember, Mammoth WVH dropped their self-titled debut album on June 11, 2021. Just like Mammoth WVH, Dirty Honey also released their self-titled debut album on April 23, 2021. Both bands’ debut albums marked a pretty impressive introduction to the music scene with positive reviews, and they managed to reach the top spots in various music charts.

The two rising bands announced about two months ago that they would team up for a tour named ‘Young Guns Tour.’ It would initially start on January 21, 2022, and end on March 5, 2022. It would definitely be a good opportunity for both bands to promote their debut albums and secure their position. Unfortunately, their plans were interrupted by the increasing cases and new government regulations.

In his Instagram post, Wolfgang Van Halen stated that the safety of the crew and their fans are much more important, and thus, the launch of their tour was postponed to February 20 from January 21. Some of the shows were rescheduled, and their gig in Portland, scheduled for January 28, was canceled. The concerts scheduled from February 20 to March 5 will remain as previously announced.

Wolfgang Van Halen’s Instagram post read as follows:

“To all present ticket-holders and future ticket-buyers for the ‘Young Guns Tour’: We take the health and safety of the bands, road crews, local venue staff, and especially our fans very seriously. Due to an abundance of caution regarding the recent COVID surge, we have decided to postpone the start of the ‘Young Guns Tour’ to February 20, 2022, in Denver Colorado.

Any performance that was scheduled prior to February 20 in Denver has been rescheduled until after March 5. The shows scheduled from February 20 through to March 5 will remain as previously announced. The show in Portland, ME, originally scheduled for January 28, is canceled, and all ticket holders for that event can receive a refund at the point of purchase.

The revised tour schedule has allowed us to add a few additional shows to the itinerary, and those shows will be on sale on Friday, January 14 at 10 AM local time. We can’t wait to see everyone on tour and bring you an unforgettable evening of rock n’ roll.

Mammoth WVH & Dirty Honey”

Here are the rescheduled dates of the ‘Young Guns Tour’:

February 20 – Denver at Ogden Theatre
February 21 – Salt Lake City at The Complex
February 22 – Boise, Idaho at Revolution,
February 24 – Las Vegas at House of Blues
February 25 – Sacramento, Calif. at Ace of Spades
March 1 – San Diego at House of Blues
March 2 – Los Angeles at The Wiltern
March 4 – Tempe, Ariz. at The Marquee
March 5 – Indio, Calif. at Fantasy Casino
March 9 – Dallas at House of Blues
March 10 – San Antonio at Aztec Theatre
March 12 – Oklahoma City at Diamond Ballroom
March 13 – Kansas City, Mo. at Uptown Theatre
March 15 – Milwaukee at The Rave
March 16 – Chicago at House of Blues
March 18 – Columbus, Ohio at The Bluestone
March 20 – Pittsburgh, Pa. at Roxian Theatre
March 21 – Ft. Wayne, Ind. at Piere’s
March 23 – Royal Oak, Mich. at Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 24 – Toronto, ONT at Danforth Music Hall
March 26 – Boston at Big Night Live
March 27 – New Haven, Ct. at Toad’s Place
March 28 – New York at Webster Hall
March 30 – Sayreville, N.J. at Starland Ballroom
March 31 – Philadelphia at The Fillmore
April 1 – Baltimore at Rams Head Live
April 3 – Atlanta at Tabernacle
April 5 – Raleigh, N.C. at The Ritz
April 6 – Charlotte, N.C. at The Fillmore
April 8 – Nashville at Marathon Music Works
April 9 – Dothan, Ala. at The Plant
April 10 – Orlando, Fla. at Hard Rock Orlando

You can also check out the photo Wolfgang Van Halen posted on his Instagram account below.

Photo Credit: Wolfgang Van Halen – Instagram