Bastille will no longer be performing at the Constant Convention Center in Norfolk, VA this Sunday, Sept. 10. They and support act Frenship will instead take their indie rock show down the road for the concert to now be held at The NorVa. The announcement was made on Friday morning, and fans who initially purchased tickets to attend the show at the Constant Center will be honored at the new venue, with tickets still on sale to be purchased here.
Bastille continues the short fall leg of their Wild, Wild World Tour throughout the month of September before heading over to South Africa for a quick run of concerts in October. The indie pop band spent most of August performing at festivals across the U.K. and Europe, having already toured North America back in the spring as well. They continue to promote their 2016 sophomore LP, Wild World, which was released one year ago today (Sept. 9) and would go on to peak at No. 1 on the U.K. album sales charts while respectively reaching No. 4 here in the U.S.
The British band does not have any more scheduled concert dates after Oct. 7, leading fans to think that they may be getting ready to wrap up another successful album cycle as the year begins to come to a close. The tour's support act, Frenship, will continue to play more shows across the U.S. well into the fall, including a gig at New York City's Rough Trade on Sept. 16.
Tickets to the Sept. 10 concert at the new venue are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here.