SB19 cancels Bangkok leg of ‘Pagtatag’ world tour
SB19, consisting of Pablo, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin, have canceled their upcoming concert which was originally scheduled to take place at KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theatre in Bangkok, Thailand, on Nov. 19.
Citing “current complexities,” the P-pop powerhouse’s label 1Z Entertainment made the announcement Friday, Nov. 17, as it apologized to those “inconvenienced by this late notice.”
“With a heavy heart, we announce the cancellation of ‘PAGTATAG!’ World Tour: Bangkok,” the label wrote on Instagram.
“We deeply apologize to everyone inconvenienced by this late notice and we are incredibly thankful for your patience and understanding as we navigate and resolve current complexities affecting the tour,” 1Z continued.
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Refunds for tickets will be issued to concertgoers through entertainment production company Black Star Entertainment, while merchandise-related inquiries can be forwarded to 1Z.
No specific reasons for the cancellation were disclosed, although the announcement comes after the quintet’s Singapore leg of their world tour was canceled earlier this month.
Pablo, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin caught the attention of fans after they apparently dropped from their respective bios on social media. They have since addressed themselves using their individual names or the term “MAHALIMA”—referring to them as “mahal na lima”—in recent appearances.
On the other hand, the SB19 trademark is reportedly owned by their former label ShowBT Entertainment and will expire in January 2031, per the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines’ website. The agency, however, has yet to make a clear statement addressing the matter as of this writing.
SB19 has since launched 1Z, a company managed by the members themselves, in October with Pablo as the CEO. They also spoke about being “self-managed stars” during the launch of their second EP “Pagtatag.”
The P-pop powerhouse kicked off their “Pagtatag” world tour last June at the Araneta Coliseum, and have since toured Bacolod, Davao, the United States and Canada.”