Green Day cancel Asia tour - Manila, Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Taipei

Green Day cancel Asia tour - Manila, Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Taipei

Green Day have announced that they will no longer be touring Asia in light of the growing concerns about the COVID-19 situation around the world.

The American punk rock outfit was originally due to perform in six countries across Asia — Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea — between March and April 2021, a year after the pandemic forced them to postpone their 2020 shows. 

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Concert promoters, such as Lushington Entertainment, MMILive, and Creativeman, broke the news about the cancellation on their respective Twitter pages on 15 January and announced refund details.


Singapore/ Hong Kong

Ticket holders in Singapore will be able to get their refunds via Ticketmaster. Fans in Hong Kong will be refunded through HK Ticketing between 1 February and 24 March.


Bangkok

Ticket holders in Thailand will be able to get their refunds at 14 ThaiTicketMajor (TTM) outlets or via TTM's website


Manila

Ticket holders in the Philippines can get refunds by contacting SM Tickets via email at customercare@smtickets.com.


Taipei

Ticket holders in Taiwan will be able to get their refunds from now till 30 April via tixcraft.


Tokyo/Osaka

Japanese fans will be able to get their refunds for both the Tokyo and Osaka shows from the ticketing agencies through which they purchased their tickets. More information is available on Creativeman's website.


Seoul

Details on how fans in South Korea can get their refunds have yet to be announced by Live Nation Korea.