We are going to be o-kaaaaay. My Chemical Romance have announced their rescheduled tour plans, after the 2020 (much anticipated) reunion tour was called off because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They'll hit Denver on Friday, October 1, 2021. 

The 2000s emo band, which returned from a lengthy hiatus in late 2019, was supposed to come to the Pepsi Center on Friday, October 2 of 2020, and tickets sold out almost immediately. So, we can imagine ticket holders' disappointment surrounding the tour's postponement, given tix were near impossible even get your hands on, and many waited in online queues for what probably seemed like an eternity in order to get them.

But, if you did, the good news is that you won't have to do that again. Loudwire shared the band's statement, which read that 'all tickets will be honored at the new dates, and refunds are available at point of purchase to those who cannot attend.'

The bad news is that those of us who didn't get them the first time around because it sold out... we just have to sit at home and cry and listen to MCR, but like, isn't that what we do on Friday nights anyway?

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The band revealed the rescheduled 2021 tour dates in an Instagram post on June 16, with a Denver date on Friday, October 1, 2021 at the Pepsi Center. The band accompanied the announcement with a caption that read: 'We would never want to distract from the challenges we are facing right now, but we feel it is the right thing to let people know that we have rescheduled our shows, so that we can offer people a refund on tickets in these difficult financial times.⁣'

It's not 'so long and goodnight,' it's just 'see ya next year.'

In the meantime, Colorado can now have small concerts. That should help hold us over.