Jinjer has cancelled their Latin America tour dates after rescheduling them due to the pandemic. According to the band, they've decided not to book any new dates in the countries "for the time being" and promise that they'll "meet [fans] again one day."
"Dear Brothers and Sisters of Latin America, it is with heavy hearts and great sadness that we have to cancel our upcoming tour in May and have decided to not book any new tourdates there for the time being. Thanks to the promoters for believing in the band so much and to each and every one of you for keeping your tickets for the last two years but we do not want to ask you to hold them any longer … we promise that we will meet again one day …"
Jinjer canceled their North American tour dates at the start of Russia's attack on Ukraine and launched two new t-shirts to raise funds for the people of their home country. As of a few weeks ago, the band announced they'd raised about $150,000 from sales of the shirts. Jinjer said at the time they were using some of the money for a bomb shelter in Kyiv, while other amounts were headed to refugees in need of food and clothing. The band has since taken to Instagram to give a few updates and share videos of how the money is helping.