Philadelphia progressive post-hardcore band Circa Survive has announced their tour dates for early 2021. The band was forced to reschedule the tenth-anniversary tour of their album Blue Sky Noise amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

A statement on the band’s Facebook page reads in part:

Hello everyone, we’ve been working diligently on rescheduling the BSN Tour and we’ll be moving it to early 2021. For a variety of reasons, this process has been long and complicated but our main concerns are everyone’s safety and making sure refunds are available for those who need them. I think we can all agree that the future of concerts is uncertain right now. We do hope we’re able to play these shows early next year but we want to be clear that we will only play these shows when we deem it safe and responsible to do so. We’ll be monitoring the situation closely over the coming months and keeping you all informed on any changes.

Those who purchased tickets for the original tour dates can transfer them to the new ones, while refunds are available for those who cannot attend the rescheduled shows. Of the two originally-scheduled openers, Florida hardcore band Gouge Away will still be performing, while instrumental math rockers Polyphia are no longer available.

The first leg of the Blue Sky Noise tour, which was scheduled to begin in Baltimore on March 20, was postponed on March 12. The second leg, which was set to conclude with two nights at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer on June 6 and 7, was similarly postponed on April 3. Circa Survive will now be performing its two Union Transfer shows on March 9 and 10, 2021.

Tickets for the new shows can be purchased here.