Boyz II Men And Scorpion Kings Live Concerts Postponed To Limit Coronavirus Spread

Live Concerts by Boyz II Men and Scorpion Kings postponed

Scheduled Live Concerts by Boyz II Men, and Scorpion Kings have been postponed till later dates.

It is sad, and scary but true, the world as we used to know it isn’t the same right now. The whole world has been in a panic after the outbreak of the Coronavirus which has reportedly reached every continent in the world except Antarctica. This has led to people keeping more to the confines of their houses.

As a precautionary measure, countries have either closed their borders to foreigners or cancelled large gatherings. Recently, President Ramaphosa announced a ban on gatherings of more than 100 people in South Africa. Following the announcement, organisers of the Boyz II Men South African tour, and the Scorpion Kings Live concert revealed that they have been postponed.

Glen21, announced in a statement to the press, that they would make necessary arrangements with both managements to set later dates for both concerts. It read,

In light of the honourable President Ramaphosa’s ‘State of Disaster’ announcement last night banning all large public gatherings, both the upcoming Boyz II Men South African tour and the Scorpion Kings Live concert meant to take place next month, are officially postponed. Event organisers Glen21 will make the necessary arrangements with both management teams over the next few days and will announce the new concert dates once confirmed by all parties involved. All information regarding refund options will be communicated to all ticket holders by the end of the week.

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