Some things are just not meant to be.
Emblem3's Waking Up concert tour in the Philippines has been officially cancelled.
Philippines: Manila & Boracay, please check the announcement in our E3 app. Both shows will not be happening 😔 pic.twitter.com/QbuTsT04nX— EMBLEM3 (@EmblemThree) April 28, 2016
The Californian reggae-pop band was supposed to perform tonight, April 28, at the MOA Arena (later on moved to the MOA Music Hall) and tomorrow, April 29, at Solar One Boracay, but regretfully informed their fans this afternoon that they were no longer be playing at the discretion of the event promoters.
Ticket holders need not be too disappointed, though. Aside from having their money refunded, they can head over to Sofitel at 8PM tonight for a pop-up show with Swedish alternative pop-rock trio, Riot Child.
We are gonna be doing an unplugged acoustic show at the hotel here in Manila for those who can make it !!!— Wesley Stromberg (@wesleystromberg) April 28, 2016
Impromptu Unplugged Jam Session at the Sofitel Philppine Plaza sports bar!!!— Wesley Stromberg (@wesleystromberg) April 28, 2016
8pm !!!!! 8pm !!!! 8pm!!!!— Wesley Stromberg (@wesleystromberg) April 28, 2016
Meanwhile, Robin Thicke has also just confirmed that he will no longer be headlining the Summer Sun Music Festival happening at the Globe Circuit Events Grounds on April 30, 2016 due to a medical condition that has made it impossible for him to travel. The festival organisers have stated that a new line up will be announced soon.
Got tickets to Emblem3's shows? Here's how to get your money back:
Shogun, Fedde Le Grand, Robin Thicke and Nina Saputil