The second day of Bring Me The Horizon‘s Jakarta concerts has officially been cancelled.
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The announcement was made by concert promoter Ravel Entertainment today (November 11) on social media, just hours before the concert was scheduled to take place.
The announce comes shortly after the first night of Bring Me The Horizon’s two sold-out Jakarta concerts came to an abrupt end just 11 songs into the band’s setlist due to technical issues.
Ravel Entertainment’s Ravel Junardy wrote: “I, Ravel Junardy as the promoter of Ravel Entertainment, would like to clarify and apologise profusely for the lack of a setlist for the main performers on the first day of the show due to technical difficulties.”
“And we regret to inform you that the second day of the show had to be cancelled. As a form of responsibility, Ravel Entertainment will provide proportional refunds for the first day and also full refunds for the second day.”
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Per Ravel’s post, refund details will be posted on social media…