Brockhampton London and Coachella have announced their divorce after their upcoming show.
The Texas team tonight (January 14th) thanked fans for sharing the news on social media and for their support over the past eight years.
“BROCKHAMPTON’s upcoming shows at O2 Academy Brixton and Coachella in London will be our final performances as a band,” the band writes. “All other tour dates have been canceled and will take effect immediately. Payment for all tickets will be available at the point of purchase of VIP packages.
He continued in an Instagram post: “After these four performances, we will take an unknown break as a group.
“Thank you so much for being with us. We wouldn’t be here without our fans. We hope we have been able to inspire you as we have over the past eight years.
Brockhampton signed this post: “We will bond with you for a lifetime and thank you.”
The shows announced behind the band’s 2019 album “ginger”, was originally scheduled to take place in the summer of 2020, but was canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions
They were then moved to May 2021, but that meant the restrictions would continue the demonstrations were once again postponed. The rescheduled tour was scheduled to begin in Norway on January 14, but it was canceled again – except for two London dates that the band still respects.
Content for Coachella’s 2022 edition was announced on Thursday, January 13th.. Brockhampton was announced in the bill for two Saturdays of the festival, they played together. Megan The Stallion, Flume, 21 Wild, Make it transparent, Arlo Parks, Freddie Gibbs and others.
Brockhampton’s remaining games are as follows:
07 – 02 Academy Brixton, London
08 – 02 Brixton Academy, London
16 – Coachella, California
23 – Coachella, California