To conclude the recording of the next album, JP Cooper decided to postpone the European tour to October and November 2020. The artist regrets any inconvenience that this may cause and hopes that everyone can be present at the new date and room, November 17, at Aula Magna, in Lisbon.
Artist message for fans:
I’ve been talking a lot about new music recently and we’ve been working hard to finish my next album over the last few months. Although it’s all written, getting availabilities with studios / producers / musicians has proven a bit tricky to coordinate so has delayed the delivery of the full finished album. I have been speaking to my management / label / agent and the wider team to see if there is any way around this but unfortunately because the full album release has had to go back to October so it’s left us with no choice but to move the tour back as well. Believe me this is the last thing I wanted to do, the whole band / crew and I were looking forward to getting out on the road and playing these new songs live so its massively disappointing for us, but most of all I hate the idea of letting you lot down. The support and love you have for my music is what makes all of this worthwhile so believe me I am gutted.
We have managed to move most of the dates to October / November, whilst keeping the same venues, and we’ll be announcing these new dates in the morning. But unfortunately due to lack of venue availability in some places we haven’t been able to keep all of the dates, so for any shows that aren’t announced tomorrow, I’m so sorry! Full refunds will be available at the point of purchase and we will be working hard to reschedule these dates as soon as we can.
All ticket holders for the concert on May 4th will have the opportunity to return or use the ticket already purchased for the new date, November 17th, at Aula Magna. In case you want the total return, it must be made at the respective place of purchase, within a maximum period of 30 days, counting from the scheduled date of the concert (ending on June 3).