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SB19’s ‘Back In The Zone’ postponed to August due to health, safety concerns

/ 10:59 AM July 07, 2021
SB19 Back in the Zone concert

SB19 “Back In The Zone” concert poster. Image: Facebook/SB19

SB19’s fans will have to wait a little longer to see the P-pop band’s “Back In The Zone” concert after it has been postponed to August over health and safety concerns.

“Back In The Zone” was originally set for July 18 but has been moved to Aug. 1, SB19 announced through its Twitter page yesterday, July 6. The group stated that they postponed the event because they “identified health and safety concerns during the concert preparations.”

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SB19 assured fans that the tickets purchased for July 18 will still be honored for the new concert date.

“The health and safety of everyone involved in the concert is our top priority,” they added. “We thank you for your support and utmost understanding. See you in the zone on August 1, 2021.”

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Despite their concert being pushed back, SB19 has been keeping busy over the past weeks. They released their collaboration with Ben&Ben for their song “MAPA” last month and announced the upcoming debut of their EP “Pagsibol.”

SB19 also earned the Top Celebrity Award for the TikTok Awards 2021 last Sunday, July 4, alongside actresses Sanya Lopez and Andrea Brillantes. JB

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