Singer Mariah Carey was forced to cancel his concert in Hawaii for the coronavirus


The fear of contracting the coronavirus since it is not only evident in Italy and Spain the most affected areas during these last few weeks. Virtually all of the world is taking extreme precautions to guard against what some are already beginning to qualify alarmingly as a “global epidemic”.

The concert was to be held on the 10th day of march

In the last few hours, one of the singers most famous on the international scene, Mariah Carey, has been forced to announce in the social networks that cancel their next concert scheduled in Honolulu (Hawaii) for the next 10 of march. The fear that the outbreak might affect her and their followers, it is the main cause of this cancellation.

“Aloha Hawaii!! I am very sad to have to announce that I postpone my concert in November. I was very excited to return to Hawaii in the month of my anniversary, but the evolution of the restrictions of international travel forces us to consider the safety and well-being of all” explained a Mariah Carey that the coronavirus forced to cancel his next concert.

Postponed to the end of November

However, the singer also took the opportunity to announce the date for a replacement of this same concert: “having Said that,I am super excited to be going to Honolulu in November and make my great show special All I Want for Christmas is You & Hits for the first time in Hawaii! I can’t wait to see you! I stay safe!”.

It will be the next 28th of November when Mariah Carey can act in Hawaii, with its already traditional show featuring Christmas songs. There is No bad that good does not come and is that the u.s. may begin the final stretch of the year, and consequently for the christmas time, with a concert of this same theme.

The Glastonbury Festival, pending the evolution

Not being the only one that is being affected by the coronavirus, according to the british daily Mirror, the managers of the prestigious british festival Glastonbury have had to issue a communicating to respond to the reports that began to circulate in networks on which the festival was going to cancel.

For the moment, have not confirmed that you go to suspend and it seems that it will remain waiting to see the developments that will have the outbreak in the next few months in Europe to take a final decision before its conclusion: “Still missing 16 weeks, we continue planning and preparing the event, at the same time that we continue the development of the situation of the coronavirus”. We will see if finally the coronavirus ends up affecting to the 50th edition of the Glastonbury Festival.