HallyuPopFest Singapore 2023 ‘postponed indefinitely’; organisers to offer refunds
The event was initially scheduled to take place on Nov 12 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
K-Pop music festival HallyuPopFest Singapore 2023 will be “postponed indefinitely”, announced organisers on Monday (Sep 25) through a statement posted on X (formerly Twitter).
The festival was originally scheduled for Nov 12 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and would have seen acts like BIGBANG member Taeyang, girl group Kep1er, soloist Kwon Eunbi and boy group SF9 take the stage.
Through the post, HallyuPopFest shared that they “deeply apologise for any inconvenience this has caused” to both “devoted fans and the dedicated artists”. No further reasons were provided for the postponement.
Separately, in another statement, the organisers also announced the cancellation of HallyuPopFest Macau 2023. The event was originally set to take place on Oct 21 and 22. Similarly, the organisers did not provide further explanation.
Fans who have already purchased tickets for the concert will receive a full refund from Ticketmaster in 30 working days from when the refund is processed. According to the organisers, those affected can also contact Ticketmaster through its website or hotline for further refund enquiries.