Future Music Festival Asia 2015 tickets to be refunded in batches from tomorrow

Future Music Festival Asia 2015 tickets to be refunded in batches from tomorrow
CUT: The Future Music Festival Asia was abruptly cancelled on its final night on March 15 in Kuala Lumpur last year following drug-related deaths.

SINGAPORE - All Future Music Festival Asia 2015 (FMFA 2015) ticket purchasers will have their tickets refunded, said the organisers in an official press statement today (March 9).

Refunds will start tomorrow, and be conducted in batches. The entire process is expected to take between 30 and 45 days.

The Straits Times reported that about 15,000 tickets were sold for the show.

FMFA 2015 was scheduled to be held at the Changi Exhibition Centre on March 13 and 14, but the organisers have been twice denied a license.

The festival was denied a licence after six concertgoers in Kuala Lumpur last year died from drug overdose.

Responding to criticisms about their bad planning, FMFA organisers said that it is "normal to promote events before securing official permission".

The event's care team can be reached at support@futuremusicfestival.asia for further clarification or assistance.

debwong@sph.com.sg

 

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