Updated on 31 Jan 2020:
GOT7 has postponed their upcoming concert in Singapore in light of the coronavirus outbreak concerns. They were scheduled to hold their first arena concert in Singapore on 22 February at the Indoor Stadium. This announcement comes a day after the postponement of TAEYEON and NCT DREAM’s concerts in Singapore. Patrons who’ve purchased tickets will be able to receive full refunds through the original mode of payment.
Two upcoming K-pop concerts in Singapore have been postponed. In an official announcement released by concert promoter ONE Production, both concerts – TAEYEON and NCT DREAM – slated to take place on 1 February and 15 February respectively, have been postponed due to the rising coronavirus proliferation concerns.
The safety of artists, patrons and staff is our top priority and we will continue to act on advice from the authorities on the coronavirus and take precautionary measures in line with prevention efforts. (ONE Production)
The concert promoter has also in the same week announced the postponement of another concert, Miriam Yeung World Tour in Singapore, that was originally set to take place at the Indoor Stadium on 8 February.
Meanwhile, there are two more K-pop shows this February (WINNER and GOT7) that might face postponement in light of the coronavirus concerns too.
Customers who have purchased concert tickets to catch TAEYEON and/or NCT DREAM will receive full refund through the original mode of payment. More details can be found on APACTix.
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