News: When Rivers Meet

When Rivers Meet (Picture: Rob Blackham/Blackham Images)

by Adam Aiken

Tonight’s warm-up gig for rising East Anglian stars When Rivers Meet has been postponed due to covid-19 fears.

Husband and wife duo Aaron and Grace Bond had planned to use their sold-out show at The Hunter Club as a warm-up for their forthcoming tour, but coronavirus has now seen the event become just the latest blow to live music.

The gig has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 17, 2022. All tickets for tonight’s show remain valid for the rearranged date.

“We’re so sorry it’s such short notice [but] omicron seems to be running riot and we would hate for our gig to spread it even further,” Grace said in a Facebook post.

Aaron added: “We are really disappointed. We are gutted. But just stay safe out there and we’ll see you soon.”

Grace and Aaron Bond, of When Rivers Meet (Picture: Rob Blackham/Blackham Images)
Grace and Aaron Bond, of When Rivers Meet (Picture: Rob Blackham/Blackham Images)

The tour’s east of England dates include Colchester Arts Centre on Friday, April 29, and The Waterfront in Norwich on Saturday, May 14.

Click here for tickets for The Waterfront. The Colchester show is already sold out.

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