The 2019 K-pop Super Concert is postponed, Korean promoter of the event and CEO of Phil Kor 301 announced on Wednesday.
The 2019 K-pop Super Concert is postponed and will be moved to a later date, CEO of Phil Kor 301 and the Korean promoter of the event announced on Wednesday.
"We really wanted to show an amazing show to Filipino K-pop fans, but due to our internal problems, the RAMF 2019 concert has been moved to the postponed schedule," he said in a post on Rainbows in Asia Music Festival's official Facebook page.
"We sincerely apologize and promise to have a better event on our next visit," he added.
The 2019 K-pop Super Concert was supposed to be held on Saturday, September 21, at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.
Filipino-Korean stars Dara, otherwise known as Sandara Park, and Ryan Bang were supposed to host the show, while the six K-pop acts who were supposed to perform in the concert include former 2NE1 member Park Bom and Filipino-American K-pop star Kriesha Chu, as well as groups Winner, AB6IX, Mamamoo, and Oh My Girl.
For refund instructors, ticket holders are advised to call or send an email to Ticketworld.
As of press time, the promoters have yet to announce a new schedule for the 2019 K-pop Super Concert.