Singer Madonna announced the cancellation of shows in Paris because the government banned the event of gathering more than 1,000 people, just in case Covid-19.
According to USA Today, the 61-year-old singer said: “The last two shows on the Madame X tour in Paris on March 10 and 11 were canceled. The audience will get a refund at the ticket sales. I’m sorry I didn’t get it. meet you”.
As of March 10, France has 1,420 nCoV-positive people, of which 30 have died – becoming the second largest epidemic in Europe after Italy (9,172 cases).
The “queen of pop” world tour, promoting the 14th album Madame X, starts in mid-September 2019 and is expected to end in mid-March in Paris. During the journey, Madonna had to cancel 14 music nights for health. Earlier this month, Madonna canceled a number of concerts in France due to injuries from an accident on the stage. A dancer accidentally pulled Madonna’s chair and she fell and landed on the tailbone. She was also sued by some fans in Brooklyn (USA) for refunds for coming to the show two hours late last October.
Besides Madonna, many American artists are forced to cancel acting due to the epidemic. On 9/3, rock band Pearl Jam announced the delay of tour around North America. The US currently records 708 infections and 27 deaths due to the disease, of which 19 are from Washington. At least eight US states must declare a state of emergency in response to the outbreak of Covid-19, including Washington, Florida, California, California, New York …
Miley Cyrus canceled a charity concert for Australia’s wildfires on March 13. She said she was disappointed because Covid-19 affected the show. The singer once lost a mansion in Malibu (USA) because of a forest fire and said she understood the loss of the Australians. Canadian singer Neil Young stopped his Crazy Horse tour in North America to ensure the safety of the audience.