Stardom Issues Statement On Canceling Shows Due To Coronavirus Situation
Japanese promotion Stardom announced through a series of posts on their Twitter account that they are taking a precaution to the Coronavirus.
This precaution is to cancel several shows. Also, the March 8th show at Korakuen Hall will take place in an empty arena, streaming for free on its YouTube channel.
The virus has infected more than 73,000 people around the world, mostly in mainland China. The promotion issued the following statement:
“Due to the current Coronavirus situation in Japan, the following precautionary measures are being taken:
2.19 Mayu Iwatani Birthday Fan Event – cancelled
2.20 Fan signing event – cancelled
2.20 Press conference – will be held, but no fans in attendance
2.22 Osaka show – cancelled
2.23 Nagoya show – cancelled
2.29 Shinkiba show – cancelled
3.8 Korakuen Hall show – will be held, Empty Arena (no fans in attendance)
3.14 Osaka Day and Night shows – cancelled
“Refunds to these shows are available. If you are from a foreign country and have tickets, please email [email protected] and we will help you resolve your case as efficiently as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
“Our March 8 show at Korakuen Hall may not have any fans (Empty Arena due to the Coronavirus outbreak) but you’ll be able to watch the entire show for free on our official YouTube channel!”