Organisers of the Hong Kong group Mirror’s concert series have said that customers with tickets to the eight shows which were cancelled following an accident last month are entitled to a refund, or are able to hold on to tickets for a future show.
Two dancers were heavily injured during a performance from the 12-piece boyband when an LED screen fell to the stage. All subsequent shows, which were part of a 12-event series at the Hong Kong Coliseum (pictured), were cancelled.
One dancer remains in a critical condition while the other is in intensive care, but is stable, according to reports.
MakerVille, the production company behind the series, said that fans would be eligible for a complete refund from next month, or they could hold on to tickets. However, there is no further news on when the Canto-pop group will be performing again in the next 12 months.
The company also said that if there was no announcement of a future concert in Hong Kong before September 14 next year, fans will then be contacted over a refund.
The refunds are not the only news to emerge concerning Mirror this week, as a transport worker received five months in prison for selling fake tickets.
So Lok-lam, who is 20 years old, was also ordered to compensate the victim HK$500 (£53/$64/€63). Lok-lam pleaded guilty to obtaining property by deception and possessing a false instrument when appearing before Amy Chan Wai-mun at West Kowloon magistrates court.
A local buyer had planned to buy two tickets from Lok-lam for HK$10,000 in May, and met up with the seller. However, she became suspicious before Lok-lam took the money and ran before being apprehended by members of the public and police. He was found with other fake tickets on his person.