SINGAPORE – Taiwanese singer Jam Hsiao has cancelled his upcoming live performance in Singapore.
He was scheduled to carry an encore of his live performance tour, Mr Leisure, on April 18 on the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Organiser Dwell Nation mentioned on Friday (Feb 14) that the live performance was cancelled as a result of “coronavirus proliferation considerations” and that the “security of artists, patrons and employees is (its) prime precedence”.
Followers who’ve bought tickets will obtain a full refund by way of their authentic mode of cost. Extra details about refunds might be discovered right here.
The 32-year-old singer had initially deliberate to kick off his encore tour in Singapore.
His earlier tour, Mr Entertainer, got here right here in November 2018.
Different artistes who’ve cancelled or postponed their Singapore gigs due to the coronavirus outbreak embody American pop group 98°, Hong Kong singer Miriam Yeung, Okay-pop group Winner, American saxophone participant Kenny G and American R&B singer Khalid.
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