Live Nation的「Return To Live」演唱會延期

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  • Live Nation的「Return To Live」演唱會延期

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    ◎Live Nation的「Return To Live」演唱會旨在慶祝現場音樂返回德國的主要場所,但由於冠狀病毒病例增加,該演唱會已被取消。
    ◎這場演唱會由(Bryan Adams)以及(BossHoss),(Sarah Connor),(Rea Garvey)和(Joris)共同主持,原定於9月4日在(Merkur Spiel-Arena)舉行,如今被延後遲到秋天。
    ◎演唱會場館發言人聲明指出,儘管制定了全面的健康,衛生和安全計劃,但由於確診人數不斷增加,演唱會實施容量限制,主辦方不得不取消。聲明指出,這場容納12,000人的演出,門票已售出超過7,000張,現在將予以退還。
    ◎演唱會延期之際,德國總理(Angela Merkel)宣布,針對大規模公共活動的禁令已延長至2021年,一系列打擊病毒傳播的措施包括在大多數公共場所強制使用口罩,違規將被處以罰款。
    ◎最近幾週,德國的每日確診人數已上升至4月底以來的新高。

    詳細全文:

    Live Nation’s much-heralded “Return To Live” concert, which was intended to celebrate the return of live music to major venues in Germany, has been canceled due to a rise in coronavirus cases.
    The concert, headlined by Bryan Adams along with The BossHoss, Sarah Connor, Rea Garvey and Joris was planned for Merkur Spiel-Arena in Düsseldorf on Sept 4th, but has been pushed back to “late autumn.”
    In a statement, a spokesperson for the arena said that “despite comprehensive health, hygiene, and safety program, organizers felt compelled to cancel the event in view of the increasing number of infections and subsequent capacity restrictions that were imposed on the event.”
    The statement went on to note that more than 7,000 tickets had been sold for the 12,000-capacity show, which will now be refunded, including advanced booking fees.
    Announced on August 7th, the concert was intended to signal the end of a 5-month shutdown of large-scale public concerts in Germany.
    “The fans, artists, and crew, as well as the entire music industry, have been eagerly awaiting this moment” Live Nation Germany CEO Marek Lieberberg said in the initial announcement. “We are opening the door for the return of live music which now has the opportunity to resume after the unpredicted intermission. We know that fans are enthusiastic to experience live music once again, and we’re excited to be able to bring them that opportunity.”
    The postponement comes as German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that the ban on large-scale public events has been extended until 2021 as part of a series of measures to combat the spread of the virus.
    The measures include mandatory mask usage in most public areas with monetary fines imposed for violations.
    Daily infection numbers in Germany in recent weeks have risen to levels not seen since the end of April.

     

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