Australian boy band 5 Seconds of Summer are postponing their upcoming No Shame tour to 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The band was set to travel through North America and Australia later this year, but “due to government action in certain markets and out of an abundance of caution, the remaining shows this year will no longer be possible,” the band said in a statement.

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“As we’ve said before, playing live shows for our fans is what makes us want to be a band. While we’re all disappointed to reschedule these shows, the safety of our fans, touring crew and venue staff takes precedence and we know this is the right decision,” the band said on Instagram.

The band has not been able to reschedule every show that was originally planned for this year, but they have added an extra show in Philadelphia, and several shows in Europe. Tickets for shows that haven’t been rescheduled will be automatically refunded. Check out the dates below to see when 5SOS coming to your area.

“Lastly, we want you all to know… we see you and we feel your support. It really means everything to us, over the past 9 years, we have visited countries all over the world and played shows for fans of all cultures, races, genders, religions, sexual orientations and backgrounds along the way,” the band said. “We really feel what’s so special about our fanbase, and something we’re proud of and very much felt growing up, is that when we would all come together, we would try and create a safe and positive environment where you could listen to and celebrate music without exclusion, inequality or discrimination. An environment where you can be you.”

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Mar 17
HBF Stadium
Mt Claremont, Australia

Mar 20, 21
Sydney Opera House – Forecourt
Sydney, Australia

Mar 26
HOTA Home of the Arts
Surfers Paradise, Australia

Mar 27
Riverstage
Brisbane, Australia

Apr 7
The SSE Hydro
Glasgow, Great Britain

Apr 8
Utilita Arena
Birmingham, Great Britain

Apr 10
M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
Liverpool, Great Britain

Apr 13
The SSE Arena – Belfast
Belfast, Great Britain

Apr 14
3Arena
Dublin, Ireland

Apr 16
First Direct Arena
Leeds, Great Britain

Apr 17
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Cardiff, Great Britain

Apr 18
Plymouth Pavilions
Plymouth, Great Britain

Apr 20
Palais 12 – Paleis 12
Brussels, Belgium

Apr 21
Zenith Paris – La Villette
Paris, France

Apr 22
AFAS Live
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Apr 24
Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Dusseldorf, Germany

Apr 25
Vetri Music Hall
Berlin, Germany

Apr 26
Sporthalle Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany

Apr 29
Lorenzi District
Milano, Italia

May 1
Kioene Arena
Padova, Italia

May 4
Zenith
Munich, Germany

May 5
O2 Universum
Czech Republic

May 19
Palacio de los Deportes
Mexico, Mexico

May 21
Auditorio Citibanamex
Monterrey, Mexico

May 22
Auditorio Telmex
Zapopan, Mexico

May 27
The Met Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

May 29
PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ

May 30
Mohegan Sun Arena
Uncasville, CT

Jun 1
Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA

Jun 3
The Anthem
Washington, DC

Jun 5
Budweiser Stage
Toronto, Canada

Jun 6
Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
Sterling Heights, MI

Jun 8
Charlotte Metro Credit Union Ampitheatre
Charlotte, NC

Jun 9
Coca-Cola Roxy
Atlanta, GA

Jun 11
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman
Woodlands, TX

Jun 12
The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Irving, TX

Jun 15
Ascend Amphitheater
Nashville, TN

Jun 16
Amphitheater At White River State Park
Indianapolis, IN

Jun 18
Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Chicago, IL

Jun 19
Armory
Minneapolis, MN

Jun 21
Fillmore Auditorium
Denver, CO

Jun 23
Arizona Federal Theatre
Phoenix, AZ

Jun 25
FivePoint Amphitheatre
Irvine, CA

Jun 26
Concord Pavilion
Concord, CA