Adam Lambert's Manila concert cancelled
MANILA, Philippines – The Manila concert of American pop-rock singer Adam Lambert next month has been cancelled.
This was announced by SM Tickets via its official Twitter and Facebook accounts on Monday.
Originally set on March 1 at the SM North EDSA Skydome, SM Tickets cited "unforeseen circumstances" as the reason behind the show’s cancellation.
According to the ticket outlet, those who have already purchased their tickets could claim their refund any day during mall hours.
“Please surrender your tickets upon refund. Only tickets bought from our outlets can be refunded. No ticket, no refund,” SM Tickets said.
The “American Idol” season 8 runner-up was supposed to promote his most recent album "Trespassing."
The openly gay singer-songwriter last visited Manila in October 2010, when he performed before his Filipino fans for the "Glam Nation" world tour.
Known for his hits "Whataya Want from Me" and "Never Close Our Eyes," Lambert, 30, rose to fame after he finished runner-up to Kris Allen in the eighth season of "American Idol."