Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz has been forced to postponed his ongoing Europe Tour over Coronavirus that is now terrorizing the world.
On Friday, Chibu Dangote’s manager Sallam SK issued a cancellation notice, stating that new dates will be announced soon for the shows that had been scheduled to go down in Brussels, Helsinki, Dortmund, Marseille and Gothenburg.
“@diamondplatnumz Europe tour Postponed #Brussels #Helsinki #Dortmund #Marseille #Gothenburg New dates will be announced soon 🙏🏽 #coronavirus” wrote Sallam SK.
Diamond added "Due to CORONA VIRUS, We have Postponed My EUROPE TOUR...New Dates will be Announced Soon....#SafetyFirst"
For the past few weeks, Platnumz has been performing in different countries around the world. Today he will be performing in Braxells BELGIUM. Last week he was in Copenhagen Denmark, Los Angeles and Zurich, Switzerland.
“@diamondplatnumz 🇧🇪BRAXELLS!!! BELGIUM i see you tomorrow!!!🇧🇪........🇬🇳CONAKRY!!!! GUINEA!!!🇬🇳 CONAKRY!!!! Your Favorite is coming back again.....April 10th for GALLA then April 13th at the STADIUM🏟#SIMBAinBRAXELLS 🇧🇪 #SIMBAinGUINEACONAKRY 🇬🇳 #SIMBAinBELGIUM” shared Diamond.
With the wide spread the Coronavirus, a good number of public gatherings (events) have been cancelled across the world; English Premier League, Champions League, NBA League among others.
Here is a list of Countries Diamond Platnumz was expected to perform in;
“Next Stop!!👇🏼..... Please comment your County Flag
06 March: Zurich, Swiss
07 March: Copenhagen, Denmark
13 March: Brussels, Belgium
14 March: Helsinki, Finland
28 March: Dortmund, Germany
03 April: Marseille, France
04 April: Gothenburg, Sweden
10 April: Guinea Conakry (VIP Show)
11 April: Guinea Conakry
18 April: Abidjan, Ivory Coast
29 May: South Sudan ( VIP Show )
30 May: South Sudan
01 June: Tananarivo Madagascar
06 June: Reunion Island
07 June: Majunga, Madagascar
12 June: Ambanja, Madagascar
14 June: Antalaha, Madagascar
19 June: Comores Island
20 June: Mayotte Island
04 July: Amsterdam, Holland
18 July: Afro Nation, Portugal
19 July: London, UK