Maluma Postpones 11:11 World Tour in Europe Due to Coronavirus

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Maluma performs at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 4, 2019 in New York City.

Maluma’s 11:11 World Tour, currently in Europe, has been postponed due to the coronavirus disease reaching more than 40 countries, including Italy.

The Colombian singer made the announcement on Instagram via an official statement from his management team, WK Entertainment. “Attention. The #1111 Europe Tour has been postponed. I will update you with information regarding the new dates as soon as possible. See you soon,” he expressed.

Since the outbreak at the end of 2019, more than 80,000 people have contracted the disease, resulting in more than 2,700 deaths according to the World Health Organization. As coronavirus continues to spread, major concerts and events, such as Coachella and Ultra Music Festival, have been canceling or postponing.

Maluma kicked off the year with the European leg of his tour on February 14 in Dubai. With 23 dates confirmed in Munich, Milan, Athens, Paris, and Barcelona, to name a few, the tour was set to wrap up on April 2nd in London.

Read the official statement below.



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