Mariah Carey Brussels

Mariah Carey cancelled show after Brussels attacks

Mariah Carey cancelled her Easter Sunday show in Brussels after last week’s terror attacks, despite the venue sticking to all of its scheduled concerts.

The singer told fans on Twitter she had been advised to cancel her show due to concerns of safety.

Three explosions hit Brussels last Tuesday, two at Zaventem airport and the third on a subway train near European Union headquarters. The explosions, now claimed responsibility by ISIS, left 34 people were killed and over 190 wounded.

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Nevertheless, the concert venue Forest National, is still open for business and is encouraging fans to attend shows. The concerts would go ahead, but with tight security.

The arena announced on their website: “Guests are asked to come early and not bring any luggage, backpacks or large handbags, to respond to any requests of security services and to stay alert.”

Mariah Carey’s European Sweet Sweet Fantasy Tour recently began in Scotland on March 15. The pop diva is currently filming her tour which will be featured in her upcoming reality television series. Click here for more details of upcoming tour dates.

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