Elton John’s Indonesian concert postponed
The Jakarta Post
JAKARTA: Music legend Sir Elton John has postponed his much-anticipated concert in Jakarta until Nov. 17, 2012. The show, which was scheduled for this Friday, Nov. 18, was to be his first Indonesian concert.
Michael Rusli, whose company Big Daddy Live was in charge of the event, said he received the news from Sir Elton’s management last week.
Rusli said that Sir Elton sends his regrets to his fans in Indonesia.
“The Greatest Hits Tour Elton John & His Band would like to officially apologize to their Indonesian fans. But they will come to hold a concert on Nov. 17, 2012,” Rusli said.
He said those who bought tickets don’t have to worry about refunds, as his company has an integrated system set to ease the refund process.
“Those who purchased the ticket online through MyTicket Indonesia will get their refunds starting Nov. 17. They will have the money transferred to their bank accounts,” he said.
Meanwhile, those who bought tickets manually can fill in refund verification forms available at www.myticket.co.id starting Nov. 17. Refunds will be sent after Nov. 23 for manual purchasers who have completed the verification form.
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