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SM Entertainment cancels Red Velvet and NCT Dream concerts in Japan due to COVID-19

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 among its artists and audience.

SM Entertainment announces on February 27 that Red Velvet‘s ‘La Rouge’ tour in Yokohama, scheduled for two days on March 7 and 8, has been postponed to an indefinite date due to the fear of spreading COVID-19, a strain of coronavirus that is currently infecting many regions around the world, particularly China, South Korea and even Japan.

Red Velvet. Photo from Instagram

NCT Dream’s “THE DREAM SHOW”, scheduled to take place in Tokyo from March 13-15, is also cancelled.

As of writing, there are no new dates announced for these events yet.

SM Entertainment said on a statement that the company is committed on putting the health and safety of its artists, as well as spectators and all stakeholders first.

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