The Band Bauhaus postponed their American tour; Peter Murphy to attend rehab 

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Shortly after Peter Murphy had gone for rehab center, The band Bauhaus has cancelled their  2022 tour, saying in a statement on Wednesday that it has postponed its appearances in North America “for the remainder of the year” in order to prioritise the health of its vocalist, 65-year-old.

“Peter Murphy will be attending a rehabilitation facility to attend to his health and well-being,” the statement added. “This follows a string of critically acclaimed reunion gigs across continents.”

The tour dates were released a back in April which included the gang of, Murphy, Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins, and David J. 

Prior touring in some of the cities, Northern California, Colorado, and Arizona in May, the pop group gave a sizzling performance at the Cruel World Festival in Pasadena.

Their performances are never ending as they also lighted the stage on August 27 at EDP Vilar de Mouros in Portugal. 

Their tour dates were September 6 to 23. The start of te your was from North America and the last tour was  scheduled for the Tabernacle in Atlanta on Sept. 23.  In between their tour they had a stop in a Toronto. 

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The Band Bauhaus postponed their American tour/image by social media

People created chaos as they had purchased the tickets, they made an announcement that, “Refund requests for tickets should be made through the point of purchase”. 

Three years after having a heart attack in New York, Murphy will be spending some time in rehab soon. In 2019, as he was getting ready to play at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village, where he held a residency, the singer was taken to the hospital with shortness of breath. His performances were put on hold indefinitely.

Like most artists, Bauhaus took a break from live performances in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which was a “challenging phase.”

“With a constantly shifting target, this situation is unprecedented and extremely dynamic. The band and I, along with the rest of our crew, are working hard to find new concert times. Please take note that original tickets will, whenever feasible, be honoured for the rescheduled dates. In May 2020, the band posted a message on Instagram thanking fans for their ongoing patience. We ask that you practise safety and anticipate returning to the field as soon as practical.