Taylor Swift has dropped her 2020 visit dates — including her Lover Fests — due to the coronavirus pandemic. Her arranged U.S. shows will rather occur in 2021.

“I’m so tragic I won’t have the option to see you all in show this year, yet I realize this is the correct choice,” Swift tweeted Friday. “It would be ideal if you please remain sound and safe. I’ll consider you to be stage when I can however right currently what’s significant is focusing on this isolate, for us all.”

“Battling COVID-19 is an uncommon test for our worldwide network and the security and prosperity of fans ought to consistently be the top need. Wellbeing associations and governments around the globe have unequivocally debilitated huge open social occasions for an unsure timeframe,” Swift’s group said in an announcement. “With numerous occasions all through the world previously dropped, and upon bearing from wellbeing authorities with an end goal to keep fans safe and help forestall the spread of COVID-19, unfortunately the choice has been made to drop all Taylor Swift live appearances and exhibitions this year.”

Quick just arranged a bunch of shows on the side of her 2019 LP Lover, including a free gig before the NCAA’s March Madness Final Four that was at last dropped when the school ball competition itself was dropped at the beginning of the COVID-19 episode in America.

Quick’s featuring set at Glastonbury — one of 10 European celebration gigs the vocalist reserved for summer 2020 — was likewise canceled when that U.K. celebration was deferred until 2021 due to the coronavirus.

Quick’s Lover Fest West was booked to happen July 25th and July 26th at Los Angeles’ new NFL scene SoFi Stadium, while Lover Fest East was set for Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on July 31st and August first. Both two-day celebrations will currently occur at to-be-resolved dates in 2021

“Tickets held for every one of those shows will move to another show date without activity with respect to ticket holders,” Swift’s group included, including that fans looking for a discount rather should check in with Ticketmaster beginning May first. “Much obliged to you such a great amount for comprehension. We anticipate seeing all of you, cheerful and sound, later on.”

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