GOT7 postpones both Bangkok concerts due to Wuhan virus — will reschedule when it is safer

South Korean supergroup GOT7 has announced the band’s two scheduled concerts in Bangkok have been postponed due to the current outbreak of the Wuhan virus in Thailand.

GOT7 say, while they understand their fans will be disappointed at the decision, they believe it is best to prioritize both the safety of their fans and of the band and everyone connected with it.

The Keep Spinning concerts scheduled for Feb 15 and 16 at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok will be rescheduled at a later date, when Thailand is no longer one of the Asian countries with confirmed novel coronavirus infections.

The South Korean boy group also announced on their Facebook page:

We ask for your understanding as this decision has been made in consideration for the safety of the artists and audience. More information on ticket refunds will be announced at .

We sincerely apologize to all fans who anticipated GOT7’s concert and
will announce new dates in future when finalized.

At the same time, GOT7 has also postponed their upcoming Singapore concert on February 22nd.

Some fans are also asking them to postpone their planned concert in Macau on February 29th, as they believe it is best for the safety of all who would attend the concert.

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