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In the soul of well-being, Toei Animation has chosen to cancel its first U.S. visit date of the Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure. The declaration was made over on Twitter by Toei Animation. A huge number of requests have been made to shield the ailment from spreading, and one of them requests huge social events to drop before they are compelled to.

You can read the official public statement with respect to the cancelation underneath:

“It is with great sadness that we are announcing the cancellation of the Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure concert at the Rosemont Theatre on March 27th, due to the ongoing coronavirus situation,”

“This global health concern has made travel for our invited guest performers impossible and has raised concern for the health and safety of all attendees. While we are disappointed in having to make this decision, we made so for the sake of the well-being of everyone involved: performers, crew, invited guests, and you, our wonderful fans.”

“Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.”

The program was scheduled to carry the show to the U.S. surprisingly fast, however, things being what they are, it will never again be going on. Refunds for the occasion are right now being offered considering it’s wiping out, and fans are holding back to perceive how future dates for the visit will continue.