K-pop boy group The Boyz have postponed two shows in the United States after members and staff tested positive for Covid-19.
They are currently in the United States for the concert tour “The Boyz World Tour: The B-Zone in USA”.
On June 8, IST Entertainment, the group’s agency, announced the postponement of shows in Dallas, Texas and San Jose, California after The Boyz members Juyeon, Kevin and Q, and staff were confirmed to have Covid-19.
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He added, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are deeply sorry to announce that the remainder of The Boyz World Tour: The B-Zone shows in the United States (Dallas and San Jose) have to be postponed.”
The Boyz were scheduled to hold the show in Dallas on June 8 at the Texas Trust Cu Theater and in San Jose on June 10 at the San Jose Civic.
The agency said it is “currently in discussions to finalize details for postponing the” Dallas and San Jose shows.
“We hope you understand that there are multiple parties involved in a tour, including artist management, production, venues, etc. Please note that all official updates and details will be shared first on official DREAM MAKER USA channels. We advise all fans to check out our official channels for the latest and most accurate information,” he said.
He added: “We want to make sure action was taken immediately after we received the results. We sincerely apologize for such short notice and worry fans. We will do our best to support our artists for a speedy recovery.
Earlier, the Boyz’s Q didn’t attend the June 5 Atlanta show at the Coca-Cola Roxy because he “didn’t feel well.”
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