COVID instances have increased as a result of the Omicron variation, and the entertainment sector has changed as a result. For its most recent broadcast, Saturday Night Live was obliged to use a smaller cast and no live audience (along with no Charli XCX). LCD Soundsystem was forced to cancel the rest of their Brooklyn residency as a result of the situation.
The group announced the cancellation of their remaining three gigs, which were scheduled to take place between December 19 and 21, via their social media sites. “You’ve all had your say. The final three gigs have been canceled, according to the band. “Not only have you, the nice individuals who wish to return their tickets and try again another time, but so have the new information, the hospital capacity, and those of us in the band, crew, and venue.” We certainly had enough cancellations to make the vote count, but now that we have all of the fresh information, we want to call it a day.”
They apologized and pledged to issue reimbursements to people who had booked trip plans. “We gave it our all.” They went on to say, “We truly did.” “At the last event, we were encouraged to see so many additional masks. We were grateful to everyone who wanted to make it happen. But, once again, we’ll have to wait and see what this new wave means to us all. Thank you for once again listening, attempting, and so forth. Please take precautions.”