6.18.20 EU Velvet Tour Cancelled Jun 18, 2020 0:45:10 GMT -5
Post by Q3 on Jun 18, 2020 0:45:10 GMT -5
Sunday June 21: QAL Tour Watch Party
Join the Queen + @adamlambert Tour Watch Party on Sunday 21st June @ 12pm PDT/ 3pm EDT/ 8pm BST
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Monday June 22: Adam at#OutNowLive, appearance: bit.ly/2UIr9um
Thursday June 25: #CantCancelPride, appearance bit.ly/3d4EG5Y
This year, we’re showing our Pride a little differently. Because Pride is bigger than an event or even a month; it lives in all of us, and it comes in any form in which we wish to show it. Our events may be canceled, but nothing can cancel our Pride #CantCancelPride
On Thursday, June 25th, iHeartRadio and P&G bring together the most inspirational voices in the LGBTQ community, along with LGBTQ allies, to benefit 6 diverse LGBTQ organizations, unifying communities and recognizing 50 years of Pride with bold performances and powerful, intersectional messages of spirit and strength.
Saturday June 27: Global Pride online via www.globalpride2020.org - Adam to perform
#GlobalPride, performance bit.ly/2ACHZ7b
WELCOME TO GLOBAL PRIDE, BRINGING THE LGBTI COMMUNITY TOGETHER ON 27 JUNE 2020, ENSURING THAT OUR PRIDE WILL SHINE THROUGH COVID19.
On Saturday 27 June, Pride organizations from across the world will celebrate Global Pride 2020. With musical and artistic performances, speeches from activists and campaigners, and addresses by public figures, we will stream 24 hours of content that reflects and celebrates the beautiful diversity of LGBTI+ people everywhere.
Global Pride will be live-streamed and you can watch anywhere with a computer or mobile device and an internet connection. We’ll announce in early June the platform on which Global Pride will be streamed. Sign up to the event on Facebook to make sure you get all our updates.
European Velvet Tour cancelled
WED, 17 JUNE 2020 AT 1:59 PM
Adam Lambert Cancels European Tour Amid Pandemic
Adam Lambert is sadly calling off his tour.
The 38-year-old For Your Entertainment superstar made the announcement on social media on Wednesday (June 17) amid the global health crisis.
“I am so so sorry and completely heartbroken that we have to cancel the upcoming Velvet Tour in September. I have been so excited to the play the new album to you guys – I know we all wanna dance right now!” he wrote.
“However, due to what’s best for our health and safety, along with COVID-19 government guidelines across the continent, this has become the only option. With a handful of other commitments scheduled, I am sad to say that I won’t be able to reschedule these shows.”
Here is everything that’s been postponed or rescheduled amid the pandemic.
Check out the full announcement…
EUROPE 💚 pic.twitter.com/iNGVzzxVgg
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 17, 2020