10 Mar – Taiwanese singer Wei Bird last month assured fans that his upcoming "Wei Bird 'At Thirty' World Tour 2020" concerts in Singapore and Malaysia will go ahead as planned.
Unfortunately, due to recent developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, organiser IMC Live Global announced that the March and April concerts have been postponed to later dates.
"This decision is made with the safety of our artiste, fans and staff as our first priority and IMC Live Global will continue to act in accordance with the advice and regulations of the local government authorities," the organiser stated.
The Singapore concert, originally set for 28 March, has been moved to 22 August 2020. It will, however, still be held at Sands Expo & Convention Centre Hall F at 7.30pm.
Tickets are priced at SGD198 (Limited VIP Package), SGD158 (CAT 1), SGD128 (CAT 2), SGD98 (CAT 3), and SGD68 (CAT 4).
As for Malaysia, the concert in Kuala Lumpur has been moved from 4 April to 12 September 2020. But it will still be held at Mega Star Arena Viva Mall at 7.30pm.
Tickets are priced at RM488 (Limited VIP Package), RM388 (CAT 1), RM288 (CAT 2), RM188 (CAT 3), and RM98 (CAT 4).
The tickets that fans have bought for the original dates will remain valid for the new dates.
However, fans who can't make it to the rescheduled concerts have until this 23 March to reach out to the respective ticketing platforms that they have purchased their tickets from for refunds.
(Photo source: IMC Live Global)