Kany García and Myke Towers postpone their concerts in Puerto Rico due to covid

San Juan.- Puerto Rican artists Kany García and Myke Towers announced the postponement of their respective January concerts at the Puerto Rico Coliseum due to the rebound in covid-19 cases on the island.

García, in a message published on his social networks, reported that the presentations he had on January 28 and 29 were transferred to March 25 and 26, while Towers postponed his shows on January 20, 21 and 22 to September 16, 17 and 18.

“Hello family, as everyone already knows, the cases of covid-19 and hospitalizations have continued to increase in recent days,” Garcia began in his message referring to the new wave of cases in Puerto Rico.

The Puerto Rico Department of Health today reported 27 new deaths from covid-19 and 904 people hospitalized, while positive cases have already reached 227,858 since the start of the pandemic.

“This is why, with great regret, but always thinking about the well-being of all, I have had no choice but to postpone the concerts,” he said.

The artist indicated that postponing these concerts is the “most responsible” thing, despite the enormous desire that the singer said she had to be with her audience again: “You really have no idea of ​​the frustration I contain.”

Given this, he said that his new dates, March 25 and 26, will be “to give us two unforgettable nights as we deserve!”

For their part, the producers of the Towers presentations at the Puerto Rico Coliseum assured that due to the health situation, “the most sensible thing is to postpone the concerts and prioritize everyone’s health.”

The performances are part of Towers’ “The Young King: The Tour” concert tour.

Those who have purchased their tickets will be able to use them on the new dates, or have the option of requesting their money back through Ticketera, the producers said.

The tickets purchased will be valid for the new dates: those purchased for Friday, January 21 will be used on Friday, September 16; Those from Saturday, January 22, are moved to Saturday, September 17, and those from Thursday, January 20, will enjoy the concert on Sunday, September 18.

The tour “The Young King: The Tour” began in August 2021 and includes 37 stops in different cities in the United States, South America and Europe.

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