BANGKOK: Country-pop star Taylor Swift has cancelled an upcoming sold-out concert in politically turbulent Thailand, the singer confirmed on Tuesday, after the army took control of the country and imposed a curfew and martial law. Swift was due to play at the Impact Arena on the outskirts of the capital Bangkok on June 9, but organizers announced it had been cancelled “due to recent events in Thailand,” according to a post on the Thai Ticket Major website. “I’m sending my love to the fans in Thailand. I’m so sad about the concert being canceled,” Swift said in a post on Twitter. The 24-year-old pop diva is due to tour the region as part of her “Red Tour” in the coming weeks. Swift has other concerts in Shanghai, Tokyo, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore in May and June.