The Avril Lavigne is one of many artists that have had to cancel their European tour dates. Recently, Shawn Mendes and Maneskin also cancelled their European tours due to the disease. The recent pandemic outbreak has prompted health officials to advise against the travel of people who have the virus. The new tour dates are in April and May of 2023.

Avril Lavigne’s tour dates in Europe and the U.K. have been rescheduled, due to the onset of Covid-19. The cancellations are a result of the outbreak of the virus, which is a deadly fungus. While the infection is largely contained in the United States and the United Kingdom, Avril has yet to announce the date of her rescheduled tour.

Previously, Avril Lavigne had announced her European and UK tour dates for 2022. However, the news has caused some concern. The Canadian singer had originally planned to release her seventh studio album, “Love Sux,” on 26 February. The concert dates have now been postponed due to the pandemic. The album will be released on May 15.

Despite the pandemic, Avril Lavigne has announced that the European leg of her Head Above Water world tour will be cancelled. Her concert dates in the UK have also been moved to 2023. She previously announced that she would play in the UK, but her schedule has been pushed back due to travel restrictions. Her new tour dates are scheduled to start in Milan on Sunday.

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The Canadian singer had originally scheduled her UK and European tour dates for 2020, but the upcoming tour dates were delayed due to the pandemic. Avril was hoping to give her fans a special show to promote her new album “Love Sux”. It is unclear if Avril will still perform on this tour in the UK.

In a statement on her website, Lavigne said that the pandemic has been causing her to postpone her European tour dates. She will instead perform in Manchester and Toronto in October. The singer will not be touring in Europe this year because of the pandemic, but the news will surely upset fans. It is also important to note that despite the illness, the Avril Lavigne concert in November is still going to be in the same city as the two concerts in October.

Avril Lavigne announced that she will be performing in France in 2022. She also postedponed her headline show in Milan in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Her other European concerts were also postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Avril Lavigne’s concerts were not affected by the pandemic.

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