A concert by dancehall artiste Shatta Wale scheduled for November 4 at The Hangar in Wolverhampton has been cancelled, Shatta Movement Records, the promoter has announced.
This is due to the unfeasibly luxurious demands and requirements specified by the Management of the artiste.
“We regret to inform the public that despite best efforts, the promoters have not been able to meet the luxurious demands and requirements specified by Shatta Wale’s management. These demands, while fitting for an artist of his stature, have proven to be logistically and financially challenging for the organization, making it impossible for us to proceed with the event as planned,” it said in a statement.
The promoters explained that the demands were in line with his set “gold standard in the music industry” and provide an outstanding experience for concertgoers.
It stated that “it would be unfair to compromise the quality of the show by attempting to cut corners or reduce our preparation value.”
Apologising for the turn of events, it noted that refunds will be automatically issued to all ticket holders in a few days.
“We remain committed to delivering top-tier entertainment events in the future, and we will continue to bring you memorable experiences that showcase incredible talent. We thank the public, financiers, and supporters for their understanding in this matter, and we look forward to providing you with outstanding live entertainment in the near future,” it added.