Mariah Carey has rescheduled her concert in Hawaii from March 10, 2020 until November 28, 2020 due to the growing concern and the “evolving international travel restrictions” stemming from the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
“I’m so so sad to have to announce that I’m postponing my show to November,” she tweeted. With that said, I am SUPER excited to be coming to Honolulu in November and perform my special All I Want for Christmas Is You & Hits extravaganza for the first time ever in Hawaii! I can’t wait to see you! Stay safe!!
The Grammy award winner is one of many artists to take extra precautions against the spread of coronavirus. Here are some of the other artists canceling tour stops over safety concerns:
Khalid postponed his upcoming “Free Spirit World Tour,” and BTS, the Korean pop group, announced “We regret to announce that the BTS Map Of The Soul Tour” has been cancelled,” the band’s agency Big Hit Entertainment said in a statement.
Green Day announced on social media on Feb. 28 that they’re nixing their tour dates in Asia scheduled to perform in Thailand, South Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan starting in March as part of their “Hella Mega Tour.” Also, Avril Lavigne was scheduled to begin the Asian leg of her “Head Above Water World Tour” in Shenzhen, China on April 23, but the star took to social media to announce that the shows have been canceled.
She was scheduled to perform in Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, among other Chinese cities like Hong Kong and Shanghai from April 23- May 29.