Hearts By Tiana Pop-Up Shop!!
Please note all wristbands for today’s event have now gone. The organisers would like to stress to any parents who are considering travelling or undertaking unnecessary or unaffordable expense, to please consider the bad weather and high potential for disappointment before setting off on their journey.
POP UP SHOP STATEMENT
Tiana and her management team have been overwhelmed by the unprecedented demand to meet Tiana at her POP-UP Shop in Birmingham’s Bullring and Grand Central today. After discussion with the centre management, and for the health and safety of the public, it has been decided to restrict the opportunity to meet with Tiana to a wristband system for tomorrow’s opening.
Fans aged 4-14 joining the queue will be given one of 200 wristbands that will guarantee the opportunity to meet Tiana. Once the wristbands have been allocated, there will be no more available and those fans without wristbands will be asked to leave the queue area. Fans without wristbands will only be able to enter the shop after Tiana has left.
Tiana will not be appearing publicly in the centre at any point during the day and will be arriving at and leaving the centre via a private entrance.
The organisers would like to stress to any parents who are considering travelling long distances or undertaking unnecessary or unaffordable expense, to please consider the forecast bad weather and potential for disappointment before setting off on their journey.
The organisers realise that this decision is likely to cause disappointment and apologise wholeheartedly – however public safety and the comfort of other shoppers remains the primary focus in this decision.
Tiana’s management team and organisers confirm they are working closely with the Bullring and Grand Central team, who have been highly supportive in providing additional security and going above and beyond to help mitigate any potential risk to the public.
Tiana and her family would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the fans and their families who came to Birmingham to see her today.