(G)I-DLE Announces Postponement Of World Tour And Comeback Due To Unforeseeable Circumstances

They will be postponing their activities.

(G)I-DLE has announced the postponement of their world tour and comeback.

On February 28, CUBE Entertainment uploaded a post to the group’s official Twitter account, announcing that they after music discussion, they had opted to postpone the tour and their comeback as well, citing “unforeseeable circumstances around the globe”.

The announcement reads:

Hello,

This is CUBE Entertainment.

We have decided to temporarily postpone (G)I-DLE’s first world tour, 2020 (G)I-DLE World Tour ‘I-LAND: WHO AM I, as well as their comeback album that was scheduled to be released around mid-March.

After many internal discussions, this unfortunate decision was made due to unforeseeable circumstances around the globe.

Detailed information regarding the refund of tickets will be announced accordingly, through each promoter as well as the ticket site.

To the fans that have been looking forward to (G)I-DLE’s first world tour and album release, we ask for your kind understanding.

We hope to be able to give you updates soon.

Thank you.

—CUBE Entertainment

 

(G)I-DLE canceled their Bangkok concert in early February, but were scheduled to go ahead with the rest of the tour. With the postponement of their tour, they, along with a long list of artists, have decided to err on the side of caution to help contain the outbreak of the COVID-19.

(G)I-DLE was originally scheduled to embark on their world tour in April, making 32 stops in cities all over the world.

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