More Events, Concerts, And More Postponed Or Canceled Due To Concerns About Coronavirus
More events have been cancelled or postponed due to concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
CSJH The Grace’s Sunday was planning to hold her wedding ceremony on March 1, but she announced via Instagram that they decided to postpone it due to the severity of the coronavirus.
GOT7’s “Keep Spinning” world tour stop in Taipei on March 28 has been postponed.
Many shows on AB6IX’s world tour “6IXENSE” will be rescheduled, including their March 7 concert in Bangkok, March 14 concert in Taipei, March 21 concert in Kuala Lumpur, April 4 concert in Macau, and April 11 concert in Jakarta.
Kim Jaejoong’s concert in Jakarta, which was planned for March 7, has been postponed.
The Korea Times Music Festival 2020 announced the postponement of the show scheduled for April 25 in Los Angeles due to current travel restrictions in Asia.
BTS’s Weply talk show event, scheduled for March 7, will happen instead at a later date.
TWICE’s “TWICELIGHTS” concerts at the Tokyo Dome, planned for March 3 and 4, have been rescheduled to April 15 and 16.
B1A4’s March 22 fan meeting has been canceled, as well as Sandeul’s fan meeting in Bangkok.
TXT’s “2020 TXT FANLIVE DREAM X TOGETHER” event, scheduled for March 7 and 8 at Blue Square iMarket Hall, has been cancelled. Live streaming is being planned rather than the “FANLIVE” event.
The long-running television show “National Singing Contest,” which travels around the country to showcase the nation’s talent, has decided to halt filming for the time being to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. In the interim, it will be airing special broadcasts.
Music shows including “M Countdown,” “Music Bank,” and “Music Core” will also continue to be held this week without a studio audience. In addition, “Music Bank” announced that artists will be entering and exiting through private routes for the February 28 episode.