THE GHOST INSIDE Unable To Play Warped Tour, Issue New Statement
We are all pulling for The Ghost Inside. After the band's tragic bus crash, which left their driver dead, and their drummer Andrew Tkaczyk without a leg, and guitarist Zach Johnson without two toes, and frontman Jonathan Vigil with two broke ankles and endless bone infections.
But the band vowed to keep going, and Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman confirmed the band as the first on the 2017 lineup before the 2016 lineup was even locked down. Unfortunately, the band is not yet ready to meet that commitment.
Frontman Jonathan Vigil posted a video confirming the band will not be ready to get back on the road for Warped tour.
"A lot of people, including ourselves, thought we were going to be a lot further along than we are currently. Unfortunately, we're not going to be able to play this summer."
Watch the full statement below:
We are all rooting for you guys to get back to the road, but it's totally understandable the band isn't ready yet. We hope these guys take their time healing and then get back to kicking ass.