Pop star Taylor Swift has announced that it will stop all concerts in 2020 following the spread of coronavirus.
Taylor Swift tweeted: “It is sad that we cannot meet everyone, but I think this is the right decision, and it is important to try to prevent the spread of infections now.”
The agency that planned the Taylor Swift concert said the scheduled show will be held in 2021 and the ticket holder will receive a new ticket later, following the guidance attached to the tweet.
CNN said Taylor Swift had also scheduled a concert to celebrate the completion of the new stadium, which will be used for the opening and closing ceremony of the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles in July, but canceled it.
Justin Bieber also changed the concert to the second half of the year due to the spread of Corona 19 in the United States.
Nile Horan and rapper Bad Bernie have also postponed tours and concert schedules.
Music Festival Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival was also postponed to October.
Also scheduled for April 29 in Las Vegas, the 2020 Billboard Music Awards was postponed.
“It’s difficult to hold a big concert this year,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Gacetti said on Thursday.