ZE:A, MBLAQ and Sistar are slated to visit Taiwan in November to perform for the “2011 K-Friends Taiwan Fireworx Concert.” SHINee, who was supposed to be the finale act, will not be able to join the concert because of a conflict in the schedule.
The show was also postponed from its original intended staging in early October.
The event’s organizers have put out an announcement on their official website regarding this development, explaining the circumstances behind the changes in the concert line-up.
“We had originally agreed to have SHINee as the finale number, but we had to follow the schedule set forth on the artist’s side so we apologize that they cannot make it this year,” the announcement said. “We were very much focused on giving the audience a good show, and thus also apologize that the preparations have caused us to postpone the event.”
The organizers have also made known that they are not sure if MBLAQ’s Lee Joon is able to come to Taiwan, but assured the public that they are communicating with a representative to help facilitate Lee Joon’s schedule.
The organizers have likewise reassured full attention to those who have requested for a refund. However, they are currently closing their message boards, since it had become a vehicle for malicious attacks when it was intended to be a forum for fans to discuss and communicate regarding the event.
“2011 K-Friends Taiwan Fireworx Concert” will be held at Ban Qiao Stadium in Taipei on November 20.