BLACKPINK is the latest musical act to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For, the K-Pop group has now been forced to postpone their virtual concert, ‘The Show,’ over South Korea’s COVID regulations.
More details below…
The quartet took to social media today (December 17) to explain the postponement and reveal the new date.
“We can’t wait to meet our BLINKs as soon as possible, but in order to comply with the Korean COVID-19 prevention guidelines and to ensure a safe performance, unfortunately, we have made the decision to postpone THE SHOW from December 27th until January 31st of next year.”
“Through our concert, we wanted to give you some sort of comfort during these difficult times. But the most important thing is the health and safety of everyone taking part in THE SHOW. So, in order to make sure that we prepare for the concert in a safe environment, we have decided to postpone THE SHOW.”
“Thank you so much to all the medical staff who are working nonstop to give their best efforts even at this moment, and all the people who are working very hard to disinfect, quarantine, and prevent the disease.
‘THE SHOW’ POSTPONEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT#BLACKPINK: THE SHOW now has a NEW DATE
YG PALM STAGE – 2021 BLACKPINK: THE SHOW
🌍 2021.01.31 2PM (KST)
🌍 Livestream on YouTube
— BLACKPINKOFFICIAL (@BLACKPINK) December 17, 2020
Fans can watch ‘The Show’ though a paid subscription to BLACKPINK’s YouTube channel. They will be granted access to the concert an hour before it is set to begin.
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