HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - The growing concern over the coronavirus has led to a major music festival being postponed.
The Korea Times Music Festival was scheduled for April 25th at the Hollywood Bowl, however festival organizers made an announcement deciding to postpone it due to current travel restrictions in Asia.
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Organizers say concert-goers can opt for a refund or keep their tickets to use for a rescheduled date.
“We truly apologize for the inconvenience to those who have been looking forward to this event and ask for your kind understanding,” according to a statement on the festival’s website.
The Korea Times Music Festival is one of the biggest annual K-Pop concerts in the U.S. Artists Jo Jung-min, Ha Sung-woon and the band Momoland were set to perform during the festival.
As of now a rescheduled date has not been announced.