Both Singapore promoter Live Nation SG and Hong Kong Promoter Adapt gave these statements today.
The English singer-songwriter, Yungblud was set to perform in Singapore on 22 March at The Pavillion, Far East Square. Today, Live Nation made an announcement on the cancellation of the event. Customers with purchased tickets will be able to get a full refund through credit card and cash.
See the statement from Live Nation Singapore below:
“📜 In light of recent events, we regret to announce the cancellation of Yungblud ‘Twisted Tales of the Ritalin Club Tour’ Live in Singapore on 22 March at The Pavilion at Far East Square.
Customers who have purchased tickets will receive full refund. Refunds are through the following methods:
1) Payment by credit card (except SingPost transactions) – refund will be automatically credited to the same credit card used for the transaction. It will take 14 business days for credit card refund to be processed.
2) Payment by cash / NETS and SingPost transactions – customers are to proceed to the APACTix outlet at Kallang Wave Mall located in Singapore Sports Hub with their physical tickets and photo ID at the address below between 6 March 2020 to 22 March 2020 for cash refund:
1 Stadium Place
Kallang Wave Mall
Refund hours are as follows:
Monday – Saturday from 10am to 8pm
Sundays and Public Holidays, 12pm to 8pm.
For enquiries, please call +65 3158 8588 or email to [email protected] Once again, we apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding.”
“In light of recent events, we regret to announce the cancellation of Yungblud ‘Twisted Tales of the Ritalin Club Tour’ Live in Hong Kong on March 18, 2020 at This Town Needs.
Customers who have purchased tickets will receive full refunds. Refunds will be automatically credited to the same credit card used for the transaction. Please contact Ticketflap at [email protected] for all refund enquiries.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding.”
For more information, visit Live Nation Singapore and Adapt
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