Covid-19: How are Malaysian concert organisers coping with cancellations?

Ronan Keating carried on with his performance in Malaysia last Valentine’s Day, which saw some 4,000 fans in attendance.

AT least 10 concerts originally scheduled to take place this month and in March have been postponed or cancelled due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

The reactions from concert-goers, as seen on social media, run the gamut. Some are disappointed that they will have to wait longer to see their favourite artistes in the flesh. Others are relieved by the news, feeling they won’t be able to enjoy a performance with the threat of Covid-19 still at large.

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