Mayday postpones Tainan concerts’ ticketing date due to pandemic

B'in Music (相信音樂) announced Sunday the postponement of the sale date for tickets of Mayday's (五月天) concerts in Tainan in March. (Courtesy of B'in Music/Facebook)

TAIPEI (The China Post) — B’in Music (相信音樂) on Sunday postponed the announcement of the official sale date of tickets for Mayday’s (五月天) concerts in Tainan in March.

The tickets for the rock band’s five concerts in Tainan were scheduled to start selling on Jan. 10, the organizer said on Facebook.

“After careful consideration and evaluation, B’in Music has decided to postpone the ticket sales,” the Facebook post reads.

B’in Music (相信音樂) announced Sunday the postponement of the sale date for tickets of Mayday’s (五月天) concerts in Tainan in March. (Courtesy of B’in Music/Facebook)

The organizer said that the new ticketing dates would be announced as soon as possible on its Facebook page.

In December last year, Mayday postponed its three concerts during the Christmas holiday in Taoyuan to early January 2021, following confirmation of Taiwan’s first domestic case of COVID-19 since April.

Meanwhile, the organizer offered full refunds to the fans, and the estimate of the loss was around NT$50 million (US$1.78 million).