Taylor Swift canceled all her live appearances and performances in 2020

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Taylor Swift canceled all her live appearances

Taylor Swift canceled all her live appearances and performances in 2020 in a global epidemic such as Lover Fest East and Lover Fest West. The show will be held in 2021, and the date has not been decided.

Taylor Swift canceled all her live appearances

According to the official statement, the fight against COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge for our global community and fan safety and well-being must always be a top priority. Health organizations and governments around the world have strongly blamed large gatherings for indeterminate periods.

Many events around the world have already been canceled and unfortunately decided to cancel everything, following the instructions of health authorities to keep fans safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19 with the appearance of Taylor Swift This year’s live performance. America Shows America Also Brazil is rescheduled in 2021 and dates will be announced later this year.

The statement promises that the ticket will be on the date of the new show. Refunds will be available from 1st May, subject to Ticketmaster’s terms. Fans can search the Ticketmaster email for instructions.

Thank you for your understanding. With the addition of a statement, we hope you will be happy and healthy in the future.

Swift also turned to social media to share the following statement:

I’m very sad because I can’t see them at concerts this year, but I know this is the right decision. Please use it in good health and safety. See you on stage as soon as possible. But what is important now is to work on this quarantine for all of us.

Swift is not the only one to change the tour time in the light of a pandemic that has infected over 2 million people worldwide.

Justin Bieber postponed his “Changes” tour, and other stars such as Niall Horan and Bad Bunny also postponed the tour or event.

Meanwhile, major music festivals such as Coachella have also been postponed, and mayors of major cities such as New York and Los Angeles said no major gatherings until 2021.

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