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The Hallyu Pop Fest has been cancelled

Organisers have not explained the reason for the cancellation of the K-pop event, which was to have been headlined by boy bands NCT Dream and Shinee.

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Organisers have not explained the reason for the cancellation of the K-pop event, which was to have been headlined by boy bands NCT Dream and Shinee.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:00 am

A K-pop festival that was due to be held at Wynn Palace on 21 and 22 October has been abruptly called off with no reason given.

According to a statement on the website of Hallyu Pop Fest Macau 2023, fans will “receive a full refund through the original mode of payment in line with the ticketing platform procedures.”

The event was to have been headlined by boy bands Shinee and NCT Dream and was being organised by Wynn along with Hong Kong promoter AEG and Hallyu Pop Fest originators HAH Entertainment.

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Other acts confirmed included Hyolyn, Sam Kim, Verivery, Cherry Bullet and H1-Key.

The Hallyu Pop Fest franchise debuted in Singapore in 2018 and the events have since been held in the UK and Australia.

Refund enquiries can be made by email at [email protected] or via the ticketing platform www.damai.cn.

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:00 am

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