Fans of iconic Aussie rock outfit Zoot will have to wait a little longer for the band to reform.
The legendary act, who rose to fame in the late '60s and early '70s, were scheduled to reunite this November for a run of headline dates with a line-up that featured Beeb Birtles, Rick Springfield, Rick Brewer and Russell Morris, but have rescheduled the tour.
“Unfortunately during this time of uncertainty due to the Coronavirus, the Zoot tour this November will be postponed until October 2021,” Birtles said.
“We will celebrate 50 years since the break up of Zoot in 2021, so it will be a ‘farewell to fans' tour.”
Springfield added: “Zoot will rock out in 2021 and all in love of our main man Darryl Cotton and our fans, with Russell The Muscle adding his magic for this tour. Be warned… it will be LOUD!”
The band’s first tour in nearly 50 years will be dedicated to late lead singer Darryl Cotton who died of liver cancer in 2012.
For all reschedule dates and other details, head to theGuide.
Fortitude Music Hall, Fortitude Valley
Enmore Theatre, Newtown
Astor Theatre, Mt Lawley
Thebarton Theatre, Torrensville
Palais Theatre, St Kilda