Blackpink has postponed its extremely anticipated livestream live performance, the South Korean lady group introduced Wednesday.
“The Show,” which was scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 27, has been pushed to Sunday, Jan. 31, attributable to present COVID-19 restrictions in South Korea amid the worldwide pandemic.
“We are able to’t wait to satisfy our BLINKS as quickly as doable, however with a purpose to adjust to the South Korean COVID-19 prevention tips and to make sure a secure efficiency, we now have sadly made the choice to postpone THE SHOW from December 27 to January 31 of subsequent yr,” Blackpink stated in a press release.
“By means of our live performance, we needed to offer you some type of consolation throughout these tough occasions, however the well being and security of everybody participating in THE SHOW is our high precedence, so, with a purpose to make it possible for we put together for the live performance in a secure atmosphere, we now have determined to postpone THE SHOW,” the message continued.
Those that bought show entry will obtain notices from YouTube verifying the cancellation, in addition to the refund, per the discharge. As of Thursday, there’s a “be a part of” button on Blackpink’s YouTube web page permitting followers to rebuy a channel membership.
Blackpink introduced its first-ever livestream live performance earlier this month. The quartet is comprised of Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa, and Rosé.