NEW DATE: 7. NOVEMBER 2020
ALL TICKETS ARE VALID
Due to risks related to the spread of the COVID-19 virus we have to postpone all the shows in Europe.
“To all European fans, we are postponing the rest of the Hiadica tour. Due to unforseen circumstances, I’m not able to deliver the show you deserve.
The true suporters know how much I dread having to be forced to do anything like this, having never postponed anything before.
All of your support means more tha anything right now, and will be repaid. I haven’t let you down and will not.
All tickets will be valid for rescheduled dates. I’ll be back soon, bigger, better, louder. Love you all.”
UUS KUUPÄEV 7. NOVEMBER 2020
KÕIK PILETID KEHTIVAD
Vastavalt 12.03.2020 Vabariigi valitsuse poolt kehtestatud eriolukorrale on Eesti Vabariigis avalikud kogunemised keelatud kuni 01. mai 2020.
“Lükkame ülejäänud Hiadica tuuri kõikide Euroopa fännide jaoks edasi. Ettenägematute asjaolude tõttu ei ole ma võimeline teile väärilist showd andma.
Tõelised toetajad teavad, kui väga mulle ei meeldi, et olen sunnitud midagi sellist tegema, kuna ma pole kunagi varem midagi edasi lükanud.
Teie toetus tähendab mulle praegu väga palju ja kindlasti tasun teile selle eest. Ma pole teid alt vedanud ega kavatse seda ka teha.
Kõik piletid kehtivad ka uutel kuupäevadel. Tulen peagi tagasi suuremana, paremana, valjemana. Armastan teid kõiki.”
The brand new huge show by Ghostemane and Parvo for the first time in Estonia!
Growing up in Florida, Ghostemane (Eric Whitney) was originally a guitar player for hardcore and doom metal bands. Whitney was introduced to rap music when he was the guitarist in the hardcore punk band Nemesis and a bandmate introduced him to Memphis rap.
Whitney graduated from university after studying astrophysics. In 2015, Whitney moved to Los Angeles, California due to struggles in Southern Florida, giving up his employment at the same time.
Meeting up with JGRXXN, Whitney joined his collective Schemaposse which included artists such as the now-deceased Lil Peep and Craig Xen. In April 2016, Schemaposse disbanded. Whitney began to associate with fellow Florida rapper Pouya. Their friendship resulted in “1000 Rounds,” a song that has amassed over 50 million streams across platforms.
In 2018 Whitney released his 10th album, N / O / I / S / E (No One Is Safe from Evil). The album has a very dark and aggressive style and it deals with themes of self-harm, self-mutilation, agoraphobia, and many other issues Ghostemane has dealt with personally. It is a step forward for his genre-bending sound—energy that started in the underground and has led to hundreds of millions of streams across his catalog.
Ghostemane draws his influences from a vast array of content including psychedelics, Nine Inch Nails, Outkast, medieval magic, occultism, and Ancient Egyptian books.