Buckcherry Cancels, Postpones Shows After Josh Todd Gets Covid

Buckcherry canceled one show and postponed a few others through early this week after singer Josh Todd tested positive for Covid. They let fans know via social media on Saturday (June 11th) writing in part, “Near the beginning of last night’s show in Riverside, Josh began to feel very ill on stage and realized he would be unable to complete the show. He returned to the bus and took a rapid COVID test which came back positive . . .”

According to the post, Buckcherry’s concert at Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln was canceled, while Sunday’s (June 12th) show in San Juan Capistrano and tomorrow’s show (Tuesday, June 14th) show Tucson will be rescheduled. For those shows, the band wrote “please hold on to all tickets and VIP purchases and stay tuned for more info regarding rescheduled performances in late October.”

At this point, Buckcherry is scheduled to resume their regular tour schedule on Wednesday (June 15th) in Albuquerque, NM.