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It appears that for avid fans of legendary Taiwanese rock band Mayday—also known as “Wu Yue Tian” in Mandarin—the arduous wait will have to continue.

According to The Straits Timesthe “Mayday Just Rock It!!! Blue in Singapore” concert, which had already been delayed from 27 February 2021 to 4 September 2021, will once again be pushed back in light of the pandemic.

It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has once again ruined our plans.

Taiwanese Band Mayday’s S’pore Concert Will Be Delayed for More Than 1 Year to 2022

According to the news report, the concert is now scheduled for 3 December 2022 at the same venue, the National Stadium.

The show will also be replaced by the band’s new concert tour, called “Mayday Fly To 2022 Live in Singapore”.

Existing ticket holders are also eligible to attend on the reviewed concert date, though those who cannot make it on the new date can get a full refund from Ticketmaster by 11 July 2021.

Concert promoter Live Nation has also since released a statement, expressing that the change was conducted following the latest advisory.

Apparently, the 55,000-capacity National Stadium has not hosted any musical acts for more than a year.

New Tickets for Sale

Meanwhile, those who are unable to make it for the 2021 concert but are able to attend the 2022 one will surely be stoked to know that tickets will be going live from 1 July 2021 at 10:00am!

Those interested can hit up Ticketmaster ticketing channels for more info.

As for the price range, tickets are believed to range between $108 and $308.

Not the Only Instance of Postponement Here

In light of the global pandemic crisis, numerous events have been postponed or cancelled all around the world, including here in Singapore.

2020 caused many events to be delayed till 2021, like the Star Awards 2020 that only took place this year. Several IT shows were also postponed.

In the wake of spiking vaccination rates, as well as decreasing community cases, however, the Singaporean government has seen fit to gradually reintroduce the nation to normality.

Unfortunately, it seems that it’s still too early for mass events such as Mayday’s concert to take place this year.

Fingers crossed that 2022 will be a whole different ball game though.

After all, as entertaining as they are, online concerts just aren’t the same.

But if you can’t wait a whole year for Mayday, why not spend one hour today watching their “Mayday Fly to 2021” concert right here on YouTube?

Feature Image: Instagram (@imayday55555)

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