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Maluma ‘unhappy’ after being forced to postpone European tour over coronavirus pandemic

Maluma has quickly cancelled the remaining reveals on his “11:11” European tour due to the coronavirus pandemic, his rep confirmed to Web page Six on Thursday.

“I’m unhappy as a result of the concert events that we had in Greece are canceled due to the present world scenario, and shortly we can have updates on all the pieces for Greece,” the “Que Pena” singer advised us in an unique assertion. “I had the entire intention to carry out on this tour, however with my workforce and due to the present world local weather, we had to make this choice for the protection of our followers, tour crew and extra.”

Maluma, 26, continued, “This was additionally extremely beneficial by authorities officers for the protection of everybody. Quickly, we are going to give an replace on rescheduled dates and keep tuned. I’m unhappy, however I’ll see you all quickly and I hope that you simply perceive as I do it for the protection of you all.”

Earlier Thursday, his administration workforce stated in a press launch, “The concert events within the remaining 14 cities, Milan, Athens, Tirana, Amsterdam, Zurich, Frankfurt, Paris, Luxembourg, Antwerp, Barcelona, Madrid, London, and Istanbul, are being rescheduled. New dates will probably be introduced as quickly as attainable.”

The primary present to be postponed due to the infectious illness was Maluma’s live performance in Milan. On March 3, the Colombian singer advised his followers on his Instagram Tales that the choice was made for his and their very own “well-being.”

President Donald Trump introduced on Wednesday that he was suspending journey from European counties within the Schengen Space as of Friday at midnight. Guests from Eire, Russia and the UK wouldn’t be barred.

Maluma is just not the one artist to have to postpone tour dates abroad due to the outbreak. Earlier Thursday, My Chemical Romance introduced they have been suspending their tour dates in Japan over coronavirus considerations.

Music festivals like SXSW, Extremely, Coachella, and Stagecoach have additionally been postponed.

In accordance to CNN, the coronavirus has contaminated greater than 118,000 individuals and killed practically 4,300 worldwide.

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