Originally scheduled to rock the stage in Malaysia this Sunday, Japanese rock band AliA unfortunately will have to postpone the show.
A press statement reveals that this is due to the ongoing uncertainty related to the current COVID-19 epidemic in the region.
The band has decided to postpone their regional tour “in view of the health and safety of artist, crew, event staff and fans and in response to efforts in taking preventive measures to contain the spread of the virus.”
The KL leg of the tour will now be held on 12 June 2020 (Friday).
Venue will remain the same, which is at The Bee, Publika. The show will also still be held at 8pm.
The venue remains the same despite the date change.
Tickets to the original 1 March show will still be valid for the new date. However, those who would like to request for refund can do so via organiser PR Worldwide, until this 10 March.
Meanwhile, those without tickets and would like to buy one for the June show can do so by visiting www.prworldwidelive.com.
Ruel also has to postpone the remaining dates of his “Free Time World Tour”. (Photo source: Ruel’s Instagram).
Previously, Australian singer-songwriter Ruel also announced the postponement of his KL show. He was originally scheduled to perform at The Bee too, albeit on a different date – 10 March.
The KL leg of his “Free Time World Tour” has now been moved to 9 September 2020 (Wednesday). Venue remains the same.
Good news for his fans in Singapore, though. Despite the postponed date to 10 September 2020 (Thursday), at least now the venue will be bigger as it has been moved to Capitol Theatre due to overwhelming demand.