Novo Amor's upcoming Singapore shows have been postponed.
The shows, which were originally slated for 5 and 6 March as part of Esplanade's Mosaic Music Series, will now occur later in the year, on 28 and 29 July. The shows are being postponed due to the current novel coronavirus concerns.
The Welsh multi-instrumentalist born Ali John Meredith-Lacey is coming off a series of stunning, globally acclaimed releases. He released a solo EP, titled Bathing Beach in May of 2017, and a collaborative album with Brighton-based producer, Ed Tullett, titled Heiress in November that same year. In 2018, he released his sophomore album, Birthplace, accompanied by a slew of single releases in 2019.
Check out Esplanade's Mosaic Music Series' official statement below.
"In view of the evolving 2019 Novel Coronavirus situation, Novo Amor sends his regrets that he will be postponing his Asia Pacific Tour, which comprises performances in China, Singapore, Taiwan and Philippines from 5 – 21 Mar 2020. His performances at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay as part of Mosaic Music Series on 5 & 6 Mar 2020 will be postponed to 28 & 29 Jul 2020. Tickets for the rescheduled performances will go on sale on 21 Feb 2020.
All patrons who purchased tickets for the performances on 5 & 6 Mar 2020 will receive full refunds. You will also receive an email with details on priority booking for the rescheduled performances.
For more details, please head to www.esplanade.com/mosaic"
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