JJ Lin’s virtual concert in June postponed due to COVID-19 situation
The show’s organiser said the move was to “prioritise the safety of the production team and to comply with safety distancing regulations”.
JJ Lin’s virtual concert Sanctuary Finale, which was slated to take place on Jun 6, has been postponed.
Event organiser Isotope Productions announced on Instagram on Tuesday (May 18) that the move was to “prioritise the safety of the production team and to comply with safety distancing regulations in view of the escalating pandemic situation”. The show is produced in Taiwan.
The post added that a new concert date will be announced at a later date.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the concert postponement and seek your patience and kind understanding,” Isotope Productions said.
The 40-year-old Singaporean singer also posted the announcement on his Instagram page with the caption, “Let’s brace through this tough period together! Thanks for your understanding!”.
Fans flooded the comments section with words of encouragement, saying that they will wait for his concert.
The Sanctuary Finale is a virtual spin-off show from Lin’s Sanctuary world tour in March 2018 that covered 43 countries in 66 shows, including four sold-out shows at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. It came to a halt due to the pandemic.
There is currently no information on the new concert date but fans who have already purchased e-tickets will be able to use those for the rescheduled concert. Fans who are unable to make the new date will be entitled to a full refund with further updates on the process to be revealed later.