The co-founder and legendary guitarist of Queen, Brian May, recently posted a photo on his Instagram account and expressed his disappointment considering rescheduling the tour dates of their Queen + Adam Lambert tour.
As you know, the iconic guitarist, Brian May is an active social media user and in specific, he enjoys using his Instagram account to express his views on social and political matters, support charities and non-governmental organizations, and talk about his upcoming projects with Queen + Adam Lambert.
Queen + Adam Lambert had to reschedule their 2020 tour dates due to the outbreak of COVID-19 but they had postponed the dates to exactly a year later, hoping that things would have calmed down. However, with his recent Instagram post, May announced that they had to postpone their tour dates once more.
In the caption of his post, May expressed the disappointment and frustration he felt. He said that ‘it’s not an outcome any of us wanted’ and put the UK government on the table by saying that they didn’t grasp the seriousness of the situation until it was too late. He also applauded the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern and congratulated them for getting to ‘walk in the sun.’
Here’s what Brian May said in the caption of his recent Instagram post:
“Yes – sadly we have to postpone again. Gutted. But we have rescheduled exactly a year later – and all tickets currently held will be valid – and – we’ve added extra dates! Yes … I know. It’s not an outcome any of us wanted. But currently, humanity is besieged – and the only weapons we have are purely defensive.
It’s a humbling experience – especially if you are unlucky enough to have a Government that did not grasp the seriousness of the situation until it was way too late. To those of you in beautiful New Zealand – who are free to walk in the Sun, thanks to the wisdom of the great Jacinda – bless you! Maybe someday we will be able to join you. But we have to be patient. Onwards! Somehow it’s gonna be ALL RIGHT! Bri”