This year Taylor Swift made an unforgettableperformance, and fans hope to see her on stage in 2021 as soon as possible. Perhaps this was the last time Taylor Swift performed this year, as she previously announced the cancellation of all her shows in 2020, including the Lover Fest due to COVID -19.
Taylor Swift canceled all her concerts
An official cancellation statement was published on the site of the 30-year-old pop star, and on Friday she published her note on her platforms on social networks.
I’m so sad I won’t be able to see you guys inconcert this year, but I know this is the right decision. Please, please stay healthy and safe. I’ll see you on stage as soon as I can but right now what’s important is committing to this quarantine, for the sake of all of us.
An official statement by Taylor called the pandemic “an unprecedented problem for our global community” and echoed the government’s calls not to hold large public meetings.
Concert participants in the Americas will still be able to see part of their tour when she reschedules this year's show for 2021, with new dates promised later this year.
By officially canceling her concerts, and not just postponing them, the singer Love What You Made Me Do allowed her fans to return her money.
Her team’s previous tweet:
“Fighting COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge forOur global community, and the safety and well-being of our fans should always be our top priority. Since many events around the world have already been canceled, and at the direction of health officials to ensure the safety of fans and help prevent the spread of COVID-19, unfortunately, it was decided to cancel all live performances and performances by Taylor Swift this year. "
Her concerts were supposed to be solemnthe opening at SoFi Stadium, but Sports Illustrated reported late last month that at least one worker tested positive for coronavirus. Using "Canceled" The original statement is important, as this may allow fans to receive a refund.
Take care of yourself and your family.
Good Luck Guys!