James Reid confirmed that his upcoming “lovescene” tour in North America will be postponed to a later date, just less than a week before it kicks off.
Reid revealed that his concert tour will be deferred for the time being due to physical, emotional, and mental concerns, as seen on his Instagram Story on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
“With my North American tour coming up in less than a week, I’m deeply saddened to announce that my lovescene tour will be postponed to a later date this year,” he said.
Despite thanking his fans for the “overwhelming response” to the concert tour, the “u & i” singer admitted that the preparations have been an “exhausting grind” that took a toll on his physical, emotional, and mental health.
“Making my fans proud is my top priority, and at this time I’ve realized that I wouldn’t be able to give you guys the performance and experience that you deserve. It wouldn’t be fair to you and fair to the people who have supported me in creating this album,” Reid added.
Reid assured his North American fans that he will “come back even stronger,” as he hinted that he will be releasing new music soon.
“To my fans in North America, I’ll be preparing to come back even stronger — with more music and an even bigger, better show for you, sooner than you think. I’ll make sure it’ll be worth the wait. Brb. Love you all,” he said.
Reid, who appeared to have put acting on hold, has been focusing on his independent music label Careless, who manages the Hollywood career of Filipina-American actress Liza Soberano.
The singer released his latest album “lovescene”, composed of songs “u & i” and “always been you”, in October 2022. He is also known for his hit songs “Hello 2.0”, “Fiend”, and “The Life”. EDV