Taylor Swift has cancelled her sold-out concert in Thailand just days after the country's government was swept away in a military coup.
Organiser BEC-TERO said that, "due to recent events in Thailand," the country star's show on 9 June had to be abandoned.
Thai citizens are currently subject to a military curfew, which orders them to be home by 10pm every night.
Swift refused to be drawn on the events unfolding in Thailand, tweeting only that she was "sad" about the cancellation and was "sending my love to the fans in Thailand."
The American singer-songwriter is also scheduled to play in Indonesia on 4 June, the Philippines on 6 June, Malaysia on 11 June and Singapore on 12 June during her current Red Tour.
Several other international performers have canceled or postponed appearances in Thailand during the recent months of political protests, which culminated in the coup on 22 May.