The Jakarta Post
South Korean singer Taeyeon. (S.M. Entertainment/File)
South Korean boy group NCT Dream and singer Taeyeon have postponed their concerts in Singapore as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Taeyeon was scheduled to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb. 1, while NCT Dream was due to hold its concert at The Star Theatre on Feb. 15.
Both acts are from the South Korean-based entertainment company S.M Entertainment.
On Thursday, promoter OneProduction announced on Twitter that the artists had to postpone their respective shows "due to coronavirus proliferation concerns".
We are deeply sorry to announce both TAEYEON Concert – The UNSEEN – in SINGAPORE & NCT DREAM TOUR “THE DREAM SHOW” in SINGAPORE has been postponed.— OneProduction (@OneProductionSG) January 30, 2020
Customers who have purchased tickets will receive full refund, please check out https://t.co/aokZE5Lcki for more information. pic.twitter.com/jKKEJtu7Kh
“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,” wrote OneProduction.
While information on replacement shows is not yet available, the promoter is offering full refunds for customers who have already bought tickets.
Details on refunds will be available on APACTix.com. (dpk/wng)
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