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By| January 8, 2022
European ATINYs will have to wait a little longer to see ATEEZ’s concert tour.
Due to the rising COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant and the stricter guidelines from various countries, multi-talented K-pop boy group ATEEZ has decided to postpone the Europe leg of their 2022 world tour.
Just recently, MyMusicTaste released an official announcement regarding the postponement of ATEEZ’s 2022 Europe tour, wherein the group is set to visit six different cities from February 13 to March 1.
“In light of the increasing concerns of the Omicron variant, and different restrictions imposed by European governments, it is with deep regret that we must announce the rescheduling of all six stops of ATEEZ WORLD TOUR THE FELLOWSHIP: BEGINNING OF THE END IN EUROPE. As we are monitoring the COVID situation and want to ensure a safe environment for ATINYs to enjoy the show, all parties have come to the agreement that rescheduling the tour is the best decision to make in the current situation. The health and safety of the artists, fans, and staff are always our top priority,” the concert organizer said.
NEW TOUR SCHEDULE AWAITS
MyMusicTaste also requested fans to stay tuned for upcoming announcements on the rescheduled dates and refund guidelines. “We will be announcing the new dates for ATEEZ WORLD TOUR THE FELLOWSHIP: BEGINNING OF THE END IN EUROPE within the upcoming weeks, as well as the new dates for the fansign events in London, Paris, Berlin, and Madrid. As this a rapidly developing situation, we ask for your kind patience in the meantime. Following the event date changes for ATEEZ WORLD TOUR THE FELLOWSHIP: BEGINNING OF THE END IN EUROPE, anyone wishing to receive a refund may contact the ticket purchasing site.”
“We sincerely apologize to all the fans who have been waiting for ATEEZ in Europe and we ask for your kind understanding of these unexpected circumstances. We know that you have been waiting a long time for more detailed updates and we once again apologize for the lack thereof. We understand your frustrations and we are doing our absolute best to finalize details as quickly as possible in adjusting to the situation. As details are set, we will continue to update you as much as possible to address the concerns you have. We thank you for your continued support throughout this process and will do our best to bring you good news in the near future,” the organizer added.
Meanwhile, ATEEZ recently kicked off their THE FELLOWSHIP: BEGINNING OF THE END world tour in Seoul on January 7. The boy group will be gracing five cities in the United States next starting January 18 to 31.