Marilyn Manson, Papa Roach Cancel Paris Shows in Wake of Terrorist Attacks

Steve Jennings/WireImage; Mat Hayward/Getty Images We’ve got more concert cancellations in the wake of last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, France.

Marilyn Manson’s scheduled show tonight at Le Zenith in Paris has been cancelled, according to a note on Manson’s Twitter. However, his scheduled show Wednesday night in Brussels, Belgium will take place as scheduled, at least as of Monday morning.

Also cancelling their scheduled Paris show today is Papa Roach.  On their Instagram, they write, “Out of respect for the victims and the French three days of national mourning, we will be canceling our show in Paris, Monday, 16 November.” 

P Roach had already cancelled their Sunday night show in Lille, France.  They’re scheduled to play Amsterdam Tuesday with Five Finger Death Punch.  That show as of now is still on.

Foo Fighters was scheduled to play Paris Monday, but Saturday announced they were cancelling their entire European tour.  Eagles of Death Metal, who were playing the Bataclan concert hall in Paris when the terrorists attacked it, reportedly have cancelled their European tour as well after escaping with their lives.  And U2 canceled the live HBO concert broadcast it had planned for Saturday night in Paris.

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