P1Harmony had been scheduled for a US tour, P1ustage H: PEACE, that would have taken place from March 20th through the 28th.
Unfortunately, on March 21st, SubKulture Entertainment announced that the members of P1Harmony, except for Intak, had caught COVID-19 while on tour. Because of the unfortunate news, the members and staff had to quarantine, and the concert dates were rescheduled.
SubKulture Entertainment further explained at the time that they had no control over the venue staff and were unable to mandate mask-wearing due to state protocols. So although they tried their best to ensure the safety of the artists, staff, and fans, some things could not be helped.
FNC Entertainment then updated fans about P1Harmony’s condition on March 30th. Explaining that the artists followed the mandated protocols given by the US for positive COVID-19 tests and had now been “deemed able to continue with their daily activities.”
The members decided to make a return to South Korea and planned to update the fans about the postponed concert dates at a later time.
Hello. This is FNC Entertainment. After Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Soul, and Jongseob received positive results for COVID-19, they have followed the mandate given by the USA and have been undergoing treatment diligently. They were deemed able to continue with their daily activities as they are not contagious anymore. P1Harmony did not show any particular symptoms during their quarantine. Following the verdict of the end of their quarantine, the members are planned to make a return to South Korea, and we will act in our best measure to make sure all of the members and staff return to Korea safely.
We apologize once more for worrying fans. Moving forward, our company will follow all COVID-19 mandates by South Korea while doing our best for the health and safety of our artists and everyone else. Thank you to the fans who worried for P1Harmony and cheered them on.
— FNC Entertainment
On April 6th, SubKulture Entertainment updated fans about the rescheduled US tour in an Instagram post.
The new tour dates are May 8th in Atlanta, a newly added stop, May 11th in Chicago, May 13th in Denver, May 15th and 16th in Los Angeles, and May 18th in San Jose.
Fans who are unable to attend the newly scheduled dates can receive refunds for their previously purchased tickets.
Fans can look forward to finally getting to see what P1Harmony has planned for their tour.