Wednesday’s announcement of easing restrictions on indoor gatherings solidified a handful of shows scheduled for the coming months, but it was too late to save a show that had already been postponed three times.
Daryl Hall & John Oates – The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame recordings known for six No. 1 hits, including “Private Eyes”, “Out of Touch” and “Maneater” – announced today that their concert scheduled for on November 13, has been canceled. at the Blaisdell Arena, along with a show earlier this week at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
“While we are excited to hear about the recently announced new steps that the state of Hawaii is taking to welcome back to live events,” the duo said in a statement, “our upcoming shows in November are unfortunately to be canceled. “logistically can adjust plans on time. We are disappointed but we look forward to coming to Hawaii as soon as we can. Mahalo to all our fantastic fans for their continued support. Refund is available at the point of purchase.”
The dates were originally scheduled for March 2020, but about two weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic closed large parts of the United States.
Organizers and artists have confirmed that upcoming shows featuring Jo Koy, Bill Maher and Nikki Glaser, Tom Segura, Smokey Robinson and Steel Pulse are among those that will continue as announced.