Taylor Swift will not postpone “Lover Fest” shows that have been canceled due to cancellation Coronavirus pandemic.
The star increased social media on Friday to announce the move that will affect shows postponed from 2020 to 2021.
“I’m so sorry, but I can’t postpone the shows that we have postponed,” she wrote on Friday. “Although refunds have been available since we first postponed the Lover Fest shows, many of you held onto your tickets, and I, too, held onto the idea that we could reschedule.”
Swift joins other artists who have canceled or postponed tour dates, such as Justin Bieber, Niall Horan and Bad Bunny.
Taylor said in her statement that she was disappointed to have to cancel.
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“This is an unprecedented pandemic that has changed all plans and no one knows what the touring landscape will be like in the near future,” she wrote. “… I miss you terribly and I can’t wait until we can all be safe together at shows again.”
Although Swift couldn’t see fans live, she surprised fans earlier this month by announcing that she would be releasing a remake of one of her first albums, Fearless 9th April.
She has already released Folklore and Evermore, two newly recorded albums both of which came out during the pandemic.
Despite the cancellation of their postponed “Lover Fest” shows, Swift has received six Grammy nominations, with the potential to win Album of the Year 2021.
CNN’s Leah Asmelash contributed to this report.