Metallica cancel some summer tour dates for James Hetfield
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Metallica just announces the cancel two summer tour dates because of James Hetfield’s problems. James Hetfield shares the statement for that.

We already mention to James Hetfield’s rehabilitation and what’s he do after that. Also, Metallica going on a summer tour in 2020. But now, they can’t do that and they had to cancel a few festivals. Normally, they play at the Epicenter Festival, Welcome To Rockville, Sonic Temple, Louder Than Life and Aftershock in 2020 summer. However, for Metallica’s frontman James Hetfield they cancel this shows.

We can see Red Hot Chili Peppers and Tool for Sonic Temple and the other festivals announce other bands soon.

Here’s the James Hetfield following statements

“Dear METALLICA Family,

It pains me to write this, but I have to let all of you know that I cannot make it to Sonic Temple in Columbus and Louder Than Life in Louisville this year. As part of my continuing effort to get and stay healthy, I have critical recovery events on those weekends that cannot be moved. I apologize to all of our fans who have bought tickets for these festivals. We are working with the festival promoters to provide for refunds or exchanges. My intent with this statement is saying ‘I apologize’ to each one of you. The reality is that I have not prioritized my health in the past year of touring and I now know that my mental health comes first. That might sound like a no-brainer for most of you but I didn’t want to let the METALLICA team/family down and, I alone completely compromised myself.

“Looking on the brighter side, my therapy is going well. It was absolutely necessary for me to look after my mental, physical, and spiritual health. I want to stress that the band will play all the other announced 2020 shows. I am looking forward to getting back to playing and seeing all our great South American fans in April. And, of course, playing the Epicenter in Charlotte, Welcome To Rockville, in Daytona and Aftershock Festival in Sacramento. We will still play two unique sets at each of these festivals. Beyond 2020, I am optimistic about the blessings I have been given and what the future brings. I appreciate all the great prayers and support from everyone since I went into rehab last September. Like the moth into the flame, being human in this career has its huge challenges and can be difficult. Your understanding helps the healing.”

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