MIRROR unsure of cause for Kuala Lumpur concert cancellation

22 Apr - MIRROR members recently said that they were unsure as to why their upcoming concert in Kuala Lumpur is cancelled.

The news was announced by organiser Unusual Entertainment on 20 April, saying that the upcoming Kuala Lumpur leg of the "MIRROR FEEL THE PASSION CONCERT TOUR 2024" has been cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances".

"Overseas fans who have purchased the ticket... will be able to apply for a fixed amount of travel expense compensation for expenses incurred before the announcement of the cancellation upon providing relevant supporting documents to the organisers," the company stated.

However, the company said that the Singapore leg of the show, to be held on 1 May at the Indoor Stadium in Singapore will go on as planned.

The Malaysian concert was originally scheduled to be held on 28 April at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian fans of the boy band have expressed frustrations over the sudden news of the cancellation.

As reported on Mingpao, the boy band, who arrived in Hong Kong after completing their US and Canada tour, said that they felt sorry about the cancellation as they would love to meet fans outside Hong Kong.

"We hope to have another chance to have another fun there," said Jeremy.

Anson and Jeremy arrived in Hong Kong after US tour
Anson and Jeremy arrived in Hong Kong after US tour

As for captains Lokman and Alton, the two admitted that they didn't know the reason of the cancellation, but that they are feeling disappointed and sorry for the fans.

The concert was cancelled in Malaysia
The concert was cancelled in Malaysia

(Photo Source: Mingpao, Mirror IG)