NCT Dream Cancels Tokyo Concerts In Light Of Coronavirus Concerns
Since the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, specifically the strain COVID-19, many idols have been postponing or canceling their concerts and schedules for the safety of everyone involved.
With an official announcement, SM Entertainment has followed their lead, putting “safety first.”
Since NCT Dream has been holding arena concerts for The Dream Show, they were ready to stop in Tokyo, Japan next for three days of concerts, from March 13 to 15.
Those concert dates have now been canceled. “Considering the coronavirus outbreak, SM Entertainment determined the health and safety of their artists and those attending should be the top priority.”
As of now, it looks like NCT Dream will still be sticking to their concert in Manila on February 29 and one in Jarkata on March 1, both of which are reportedly sold out.
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