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Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.

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The latest events postponed or cancelled in Singapore

Take note of the music concerts, theatre performances and art festivals that are affected by the current COVID-19 situation

By Cam Khalid and Delfina Utomo
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The Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (Dorscon) level was raised from yellow to orange on February 7 due to COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus. But that's no reason to panic or empty supermarket shelves. Keep calm and carry on – avoid crowded places, stay safe and healthy, and of course, practise good hygiene. While you're at it, take note of events in Singapore that have either been cancelled or postponed to a later date. If you've purchased tickets for some of these, read on to find out your options.

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geylang bazaar

Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar

Status: Cancelled

The iconic food market is cancelled this year. That means no grease feast and sinful street snacks (remember last year's lobster rolls and white rabbit drink?) to binge on. Other annual Hari Raya bazaars such as the ones at Wisma Geylang Serai as well as at Our Tampines Hub and in Woodlands are also cancelled.

 

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Stormzy

Music Rap, hip hop and R&B Zouk, Raffles Place

Status: Postponed

Don't sweat – you can still catch the multi-award-winning lyrical titan Vossi Bop and spit some serious bars from his five-year discography including hits such as Big For Your Boots, Blinded By Your Grace Pt. 2 and recently, Own It featuring Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy. The Asian leg of Stormzy's upcoming H.I.T.H World Tour resumes later this year. It's confirmed that the reigning king of grime is set to perform on November 12 instead of the initial date, March 21. Tickets purchased for the previous date will be honoured on the new date.

Keep calm and stay healthy

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