SB19-led entertainment company 1Z Entertainment announced that the Singapore leg of their PAGTATAG! World Tour will be canceled.

In a statement on X, 1Z Entertainment wrote, “After taking into consideration unforseen circumstances and following discussions with all involved groups, we regret to inform you that we are constrained to cancel the PAGTATAG! World Tour: Singapore.”

“We have spared no effort to ensure that this event will proceed, yet it is deemed best to prioritize the well-being of our Artists. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this has caused to all the fans who were looking forward to this event and the delayed notice in our attempt to exhaust all efforts. We appreciate your understanding and continuous support towards Pablo, Josh, Stell, Ken, and Justin. They are looking forward to giving you outstanding performances in the future.”

They also announced that refunds will be issued for all ticketholders. Those who bought merch may also avail of refunds here.

SB19’s PAGTATAG! World Tour commenced last June in Manila and is set to conclude on December 9 in Tokorozawa, Japan. The Singapore show comes as part of the Asia run of the tour and was supposed to happen on November 15 (Wednesday). After Singapore, the P-Pop boy group will hold stops in Bangkok (November 19), Dubai (November 24), and Japan (December 9). No announcement has been made about the remainder stops of the tour and are expected to proceed as scheduled.

Earlier this year, SB19 performed at stops in Davao, Bacolod, Arlington, Chicago, Redwood City, Anaheim, New York City, Washington, D.C, Pickering, Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Edmonton. The tour was launched in support of their most recent EP, PAGTATAG!

In a review of the EP, Billboard Philippines wrote, “PAGTATAG! shows SB19 heading to a new direction and playing around with new sounds — one that infuses pop, hip-hop, EDM, and acoustic elements. Translated in English, the title literally means “establishment” which is a fitting name for a record that seeks to cement a new era for the group’s image and artistry. Regardless of the fact the album serves as their first release under their own label, there’s clearly something special brewing in the production of this project.”

Listen to SB19’s PAGTATAG! EP below.