The Jakarta Post
Members of Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK: Tomoya (left), Toru (second left), Taka (second right) and Ryota (right). (oneokrock.com/File)
The concerts by Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK scheduled for May 30 to 31 at Istora Senayan in Central Jakarta, have been postponed until further notice.
Sound Rhythm, one of the concerts' promoters, announced on Instagram that the postponement was due to travel restrictions and a ban on holding live concerts following the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We apologize for the inconvenience, but this must be done for the safety and well-being of everyone involved in these shows,” wrote the promoter. “We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.”
The promoters are offering refunds from Dec. 14 to 31. Ticket holders can visit the concert’s website or contact +6221-21282127 for further information.
The refunds will take around 30 days to process.
ONE OK ROCK's concerts were intended to be part of the band’s tour for its latest album Eye of The Storm, released in February 2019. It was initially scheduled for one day on May 30 but promoters added another date as tickets for the first date were sold out. The Jakarta-leg concert would have been the band’s second solo performance in Indonesia after a Jakarta show in 2013.
Founded in 2005, ONE OK ROCK consists of Taka on vocals, Toru on guitar, Ryota on bass and Tomoya on drums. The band won the British music magazine Rock Sound's Best Live Performance award in 2018. (wir/wng)
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