Former EXO member Tao aka Huang Zitao has rescheduled his first solo mini concert tour in view of the recent Tianjin explosion, which killed more than 100 people and several injured.
The Chinese entertainer had initially planned to kick off his music tour from Beijing on Sunday, 23 August, and then perform at stadiums in Shanghai and Guangzhou.
But, the celeb changed his decision after the massive explosion at a container storage station in Binhai New Area, Tianjin, killed hundreds on Wednesday, 12 August.
Tao reportedly informed that he will hold a free concert at Beijing for the victims of Tianjin Explosion and cancelled his performances at Guangzhou and Shanghai, according to Soompi.
So fans of the former K-pop star can get ready to scream and bounce around the stadium in Beijing with their favourite celeb at 7.30 pm CST on Sunday, 23 August.
Although the 22-year-old is yet to reveal many details about his concert, he is expected to burn the stage with songs, such as "Yesterday", "TAO" and "One Heart", from his recently released digital album.
Tao is yet to terminate his contract with popular South Korean entertainment agency SM Entertainment, but he made solo music debut last month by releasing a mini album.
The celeb received positive response from his followers for the first project as more than 670,000 copies of it were sold within a week's time.