Black Veil Brides announce free Denver show after Red Rocks set canceled due to “technical issues”

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Black Veil Brides are making the best of an unfortunate situation after their scheduled performance at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre Tuesday was unexpectedly canceled.

As the “Scarlet Cross” rockers explained to the crowd, the cancellation was due to “technical issues.”

“Our gear did not arrive, we have nothing to play with,” frontman Andy Biersack shared. “We are extremely sorry, we cannot play tonight.”

To make it up to the Colorado BVB faithful, the band announced that they’d be playing a free show at Denver’s Oriental Theater on Thursday, September 1.

After Biersack tweeted a video of him sharing the news, Twisted Sister‘s Dee Snider retweeted the clip alongside the caption, “Did somebody say…classy? I did. Well done gents, well done.”

“Thanks so much Dee. That means a lot man,” Biersack replied. “We are so bummed that this happened…and want to do whatever we can to make it up to the people who bought tickets and traveled and had hoped to see us play. I appreciate you sharing it.”

In other BVB news, Biersack and company are planning to release a new song called “Saviour II” on September 6. The track follows Black Veil’s 2021 album, The Phantom Tomorrow.

BVB previously released a song called “Saviour” on their 2011 album, Set the World on Fire.

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