The concert promoter Live Nation has announced a new date change for the farewell tour of Extremoduro that was scheduled for this year and now goes to 2022, although recognizing that it does not announce closed days pending the “conformity” of the singer of the group, Robe Iniesta. “Live Nation regrets to communicate the definitive impossibility of holding the mass concerts planned for this spring and summer of 2021 as a result of the effects of the global pandemic of covid-19, but is working to offer solutions,” said in a statement the promotion girl. This is the fourth suspension for the Extremoduro tour.
The promoter has announced that it has already confirmed, since last February, the venues to celebrate all the concerts of the tour in 2022, “which hardly vary” from the dates set for 2021. “But we cannot announce the dates without counting with the agreement of Robe ”, he added. Thus, he has asked customers who had already purchased tickets for this year to keep them because they will be valid for the same venue and on the same date. In the event that the new date is not suitable for the spectator who already has a ticket, he or she may request a refund, while if the tour does not go ahead, all amounts will also be returned.
Extremoduro already announced last March a new postponement of its farewell tour, the third time it suspended it, without the Extremoduro rock band setting a defined date to resume it on that occasion due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “I said we’d play for the fuck, but now I’m not so sure. For now, the only sure thing is that this year it will not be possible ”, wrote the founder of the band Robe Iniesta in a message on the group’s official website.
The group’s farewell tour announced in 2019, a few hours after announcing the separation of the formation, had previously been postponed twice, first to the fall of 2020 and then to the spring of 2021. “It makes no sense to set dates again by 2022 without having the slightest certainty that it will be possible. There is no choice but to adapt and do other types of shows more in line with the situation we are going through. And when everything is settled, we will reschedule the tour if it still makes any sense by then, ”the group indicated at the time. This announcement coincided with another made by Iniesta himself regarding his forecast of releasing his new solo album for next spring and starting concerts in the fall.
The rock band had planned to visit eight cities (Valencia, Murcia, Seville, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Cáceres, Barcelona and Bilbao) in what is their farewell tour after 34 years of musical experience since Robe Iniesta founded the band in Plasencia. in 1987. From then until today, they became a more than prominent name in the history not only of rock, but of Spanish music.