Hong Kong Idol Group MIRROR Overcomes Near-Tragedy And Successfully Completes 16 Concert Shows

Fans waited for a year and a half.

MIRROR, the uncontested top idol group in Hong Kong, bounced back from a freak accident during their concert and successfully completed 16 shows as part of their world tour.

MIRROR | @makerville.official/Instagram

Back in July 2022, a giant LED screen hanging down from the roof fell to the stage during MIRROR’s concert, resulting in multiple serious injuries. A backup dancer is still battling to regain body movement after taking the brunt of the force.

Backup dancer Lee Kai Yin getting treatment | “健康嗎”

Following the incident, the group canceled their remaining shows and went on hiatus for a few months. Fans were offered the choice of a refund their unused tickets or an exchange for new tickets when the concert resumes, but at the time no one knew if the group would be able to bounce back from the incident.

MIRROR | @makerville.official/Instagram

Finally, after over a year of waiting, MIRROR announced their brand new concert tour, MIRROR Feel The Passion, scheduled to kick-off in Hong Kong mid-January 2024.

To fans’ delight, the group announced 16 shows for Hong Kong, surpassing the 12 shows for the previous, canceled concert. Additionally, the group is also set to perform around the world, with stops in Europe, North America, and other cities in Asia.

Poster for stops in the UK | @makerville.official/Instagram

Finally, January 2024 came and the Hong Kong stop of the concert tour went off without a hitch!

The next stop for MIRROR’s concert tour is at the O2 Arena in London, scheduled for March 12.