Voyager cancels all tour dates for 2024

In a difficult decision for Voyager, the band has decided to cancel all upcoming tour dates (including those in Europe) for 2024.

Fans of the band undoubtedly know the reason why. After 2023 was shaping up to be a huge success for the band, the year closed with lead singer Daniel (Danny) Estrin’s cancer diagnosis. While it has been reported that Danny is doing well with the treatment, given the conditions, Voyager made the collective decision that it is better to focus on his health and recovery in 2024. This will allow Danny to make more positive medical progress as he continues his chemotherapy.

According to Moshville UK, the band will have a busy 2024 regardless of dropping the tour. They have scheduled Eurovision exhibitions at various museums, many media appearances and a very popular Patreon to keep them busy!

Danny continues to attribute so much of his positivity through his cancer ordeal to the overwhelming support from the band’s worldwide fanbase.

The band issued this touching message:

Dear extended musical family. We have to share some bittersweet news with you all today. The good news is that Danny’s chemotherapy is working, the bad news is that we have made the decision to cancel all 2024 live performances in order to allow the chemo to continue working its magic, with the hope that Danny can continue to #fvckcancer and regain his strength. You’ve all been incredible, and we didn’t make this decision lightly. We will continue to be active as a band in other ways and we appreciate your continued support. While we can’t tour right now, we have many other things in the works and 2024 still promises to be an exciting year for us as a band, and the creative juices are flowing.

We apologise again for not being able to make it to a city near you this year. We love you all.

Team Voyager. xx

Anyone with tickets will receive an automatic payment. If you would still like to support Voyager, you can visit one of their online stores (AU/UK/US/EU).

At Eurovision in Liverpool, Voyager won their Semi Final and then came 9th in the Grand Final with Promise.

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