Malaysian EDM fans, we unfortunately have some bad news!
If you haven’t already heard, Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur took to their official Facebook page yesterday to announce that their upcoming show featuring world-renowned DJ, Hardwell, has been cancelled/postponed until further notice.
This news surfaced after the Dutch DJ took to his Facebook page, announcing that he couldn’t play at his upcoming show at Zouk KL on Friday (10th November) due to doctor’s orders. According to his post, he is not allowed to travel because he has pneumonia.
For those who have already paid for tickets and made table reservations, here’s how you can claim a full refund;
- Cash payment refunds are available for collection at Zouk Club KL’s office on Tuesday (14th November) or Wednesday (15th November) between 12.30pm and 7.30pm.
- If you’re unable to collect your refund on those dates, call Zouk Club KL at 012-5093215 or 03-21103888 to arrange for cash refund collection on another date.
- For debit/credit card or in-app purchases, send an e-mail to [email protected]
Although this is definitely a bummer for a lot of Malaysian fans, we wish Hardwell a speedy recovery and hope he can make his way to KL soon once he gets better!
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