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Foals 2021 shows in The Baltics have been postponed

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Foals have released their tour update stating that the shows in Lviv, Minsk and The Baltics are postponed. Updates are coming as soon as possible and all tickets will be valid for the new dates, so please hold on to your tickets!


British rock forerunners Foals’ “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost” tour was originally scheduled to arrive the Baltics in September, but later due to the pandemic was rescheduled to May 22nd in Riga, Latvia (Palladium Concert Hall) and May 23rd in Vilnius, Lithuania (Compensa Concert Hall). Now the Baltic shows have been postponed to next spring without any precise dates yet. However shows in Moscow & St. Petersburg have been rescheduled to May 2022. 

All tickets purchased for the Foals concert will be valid next year as well. If the new performance dates won’t suit you, the concert organiser – “8 Days A Week” agency will give you a gift voucher of the same value for future concerts. Write to  tickets@8dw.lt if you have any questions.

It’s hard to dispute the fact that Foals is the best concert band in the world. The list of the group’s achievements and biography is impressive. More than fifteen years on stage, five albums, several singles in top positions, major festivals and great videos, countless awards and nominations. They bravely divided last year’s album “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost” into two parts. According to critics, it culminated in 20 songs and 80 minutes of bliss. It is recommended to listen to both recordings one after the other. Q magazine announced the first part of the album as the best album of the year. The album was also nominated for a Mercury Prize. This year The Foals also received Britain’s most prestigious music award The Brit Awards as The Best Music Band.

The topics discussed in the “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost” album are gaining in importance after the global pandemic situation. “This album is an attempt to create a dialogue between us and the environment, and it i the best record we’ve ever made,” comments the band’s lead singer Yannis Philippakis. Foals are artists with a social message. With his latest posts Yannis warns that everything from the tiniest moment of inspiration to the planet’s biodiversity can be destroyed if we don’t try to preserve it. The group’s leader told the BBC in an interview that he was inspired by a Mexican architect whose ashes were turned into diamonds. As a result, both parts of the album talk about eternal life.

Talking about returning to concert life the band’s frontman stated “I think our return will be volcanic. I feel that these will be the most emotional concerts we have ever played. This time we are going through together reminds us of how special music and live concerts are.”

And ending on a fun fact – the band’s video clip for “The Runner” was filmed in Lithuania.

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