Judas Priest wants to reschedule its 2020 European concert for the “50 Heavy Metal Years” tour. They will also be postponed, to the upcoming Tallinn, Estonia concert.
In 2020 we are having a bad time due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Also, healthcare experts talks about that live events won’t return until fall 2021. But we don’t lose our hope because some of the countries they manage this process very well. However, this isn’t enough because the organizers have panic whats happens next. Normally Judas Priest’s band spring and summer 2020 European tour is scheduled to kick off on May 30 in Helsinki, Finland. Then finish on July 28 in Tilburg, the Netherlands for the European leg of this 50-anniversary tour.
But we can’t watch them on there because according to The Baltic Times, the heavy metal legend band’s June 1 concert in Tallinn, Estonia will apparently be postponed.
The organizers talk about that: “We’ve heard that work is underway to rearrange the whole tour.” to their pan-Baltic news agency Baltic News Service (BNS).
Also, the band’s U.S. leg of the “50 Heavy Metal Years” tour is probably postponed to the future. Normally kick-off September 9 in Oxon Hill, Maryland, and conclude on October 17 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Judas Priest also releases their latest album “Firepower” album in 2018. We can’t wait and see what will happen Judas Priest’s 2020 tour.