Contract renewal talks with INFINITE are also underway.
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8 Jun 2017 - 10:29 AM  UPDATED 8 Jun 2017 - 10:34 AM

In some sad news for INFINITE fans, the group's annual anniversary live broadcast - "INFINITE's Starry Night" - will not be happening this year.

According to a new statement from Woollim Entertainment, the conflicting schedules of all the INFINITE members have made it difficult to hold their annual "Starry Night" broadcast this year for their 7th anniversary, thus the decision was made to cancel it. The company then stated that talks are underway about a different broadcast to replace the canceled "Starry Night" celebration.

With each member's contracts with the company expiring this year, Woollim also provided a small update on contract renewal discussions with INFINITE, saying that talks are currently underway and the cancellation of the group's "Starry Night" broadcast is unrelated to their contract negotiations. At the time of writing, it is not yet known how these discussions and group's conflicting schedules will affect INFINITE's reported Summer comeback.

It'll be sad to not have "INFINITE's Starry Night" broadcast this year, but hopefully we'll see the boys doing something else soon.


 

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