HK boyband MIRROR’s Kuala Lumpur concert abruptly cancelled due to organiser’s funding issues


    18th April 2024 – (Hong Kong) The world tour of popular Hong Kong group MIRROR concluded successfully with their final performance in Toronto, marking the end of their North American leg. Their next scheduled concert was set to take place on April 28th in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. However, reports have surfaced stating that the Kuala Lumpur show has been cancelled, allegedly due to funding problems faced by the event’s organiser, Unusual Entertainment.

    The Malaysian concert, originally planned to be held at  Axiata Arena, Bukit Jalil  at 7pm, had commenced pre-sale ticketing on March 26th, with prices starting at HK$ 1,950 per ticket. Fans in Malaysia were eagerly anticipating the event, but the organiser, Unusual Entertainment, made the sudden decision to cancel the concert 10 days before the scheduled date, citing financial difficulties within the company.

    Last week, prior to their concert in New York, they had an interview with CNN and conversed fluently in English with host Julia Chatterley. MIRROR released their first English single, “Rumours,” last year, and they recently released their second single, “Day 0,” earlier this month.

    During the interview, the members of MIRROR broke new ground by addressing questions about potential conflicts within the group and discussing their daily lives offstage. They also shared their future plans and a list of collaborators they hope to work with. The highlight of the program was MIRROR’s impromptu performance of “Day 0.”