2NE1’s first Thai concert, “NOLZA in BANGKOK,” will be postponed indefinitely due to the recent flood that put the entire nation on alert.
“The concert was originally scheduled for October 29, but we postponed it because of Thailand’s current situation. The recent flood and the damage it caused made us postpone it, and since the situation is so serious, we’re not sure what date it will be rescheduled to,” YG Entertainment told local media.
It continued, “2NE1 is disappointed, but more than anything, they’re concerned of the Thai fans. The most important thing is to speed up the recovery efforts in Thailand.”
Meanwhile, 2NE1 is expected to release their first Japanese single on November 16. Starting from December 3, 2NE1 will perform at the 15th anniversary YG Family concert in Seoul.
Thailand has been suffering from the worst floods in more than 50 years. Over the past three months, approximately 315 people have been killed and 8.8 million affected as monsoon rains and floods have damaged nearly the whole country.