Ringo Tour Dates Postponed Due to All-Starr COVID

The remaining 12 dates of Ringo's U.S. tour have been pushed to fall due to a couple of his band members getting sick with COVID. 

From his website:

Today Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band - Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Warren Ham, Gregg Bissonette, Hamish Stuart and Edgar Winter - announced that two members have tested positive for Covid. These shows were initially planned for 2020, and Ringo and the All Starr Band were eager to finally get back out on the road. Almost halfway through the 22 show run, which kicked off May 27 from Casino Rama in Ontario, Ringo let audiences know on Tuesday June 7, during the second of three sold out shows at New York’s Beacon theater, that Edgar Winter had Covid, but the All Starrs would play on. However today Steve Lukather has also tested positive for Covid, forcing the group to reschedule the remaining 12 dates, and adding them to the September tour.

“We are so sorry to let the fans down. It’s been wonderful to be back out on the road and we have been having such a great time playing for you all. But as we all know, Covid is still here and despite being careful these things happen. I want to thank the fans for their patience, I send you all peace and love, and we can’t wait to be back in the Fall,” said Ringo. 

In the meantime, friends and fans from around the world will join Ringo on July 7, for his annual Peace and Love birthday celebration, where he invites everyone everywhere to say, post or even just think Peace and Love at Noon their local time. Starting in Australia, New Zealand and Asia and ending in Hawaii, people help Ringo wrap the Earth in a wave of peace and love. Fans are already organizing local events around the world, and details and live streams from the events will soon be available on Ringo’s Facebook page.

Here is the revised itinerary, with more information on shows to be announced and rescheduled soon, so check Ringo’s website for updates: 

  • TBD September/was June 11 Easton, PA - State Theater
  • TBD September/ was June 12 Providence, RI - PPAC
  • TBD September/ was June 14 Baltimore, MD - Modell Lyric
  • TBD September/ was June 15 Baltimore, MD - Modell Lyric
  • TBD September/ was June 17 Lenox, MA - Tanglewood
  • TBD September/ was June 18 Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Arena
  • TBD September/ was June 19 Philadelphia, PA - Metropolitan Theater
  • TBD September/ was June 21 Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live
  • TBD September/ was June 22 Atlanta, GA - Cobb Center
  • TBD September/ was June 24 St Augustine, FL - The AMP
  • TBD September/ was June 25 Hollywood, FL - Hard Rock
  • TBD September/ was June 26 Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • September 23 Bridgeport, CT - Hartford Healthcare Amp
  • September 24 Atlantic City, NJ - Hard Rock Etess Arena
  • September 26 Montreal, Quebec - Place Bell
  • September 27 Kingston, Ontario - Leon's Centre
  • September 30 Mt Pleasant, MI - Soaring Eagle Casino
  • October 1 New Buffalo, Mi - Four Winds Casino
  • October 2 Prior Lake, MN - Mystic Lake Casino 
  • October 4 Winnipeg, Manitoba - Canada Life Centre
  • October 5 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Sasktel Centre
  • October 6 Lethbridge, Alberta - Enmax Centre
  • October 8 Abbotsford, BC - Abbotsford Centre
  • October 9 Penticton, BC - South Okanagon Events Centre
  • October 11 Seattle, WA - Benaroya Hall
  • October 12 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Hall
  • October 14 San Jose, CA - San Jose Civic Center
  • October 15 Paso Robles, CA - Vina Robles Amp
  • October 16 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theater
  • October 19 Mexico City, MX - Auditorio Nacional
  • October 20 Mexico City, MX - Auditorio Nacional