Bryan Adams Stadium Show in Germany Rescheduled
At least one country will be hosting a stadium concert in the future, as rocker Bryan Adams is set to play a show in Germany in “late autumn,” reports Pollstar.
Adams was originally scheduled to perform Sept. 4 at Düsseldorf Stadium in Germany, along with opening acts Sarah Connor, Rea Garvey, the BossHoss, Michael Mittermeier and Joris, but local authorities decided that increased coronavirus cases in the area necessitated the delay. The concert will be staged by Live Nation.
If the show does happen, 12,000 fans will be “required to wear face masks during the concert and to register their contact details when buying their tickets to allow for contact tracing in the event of an outbreak related to the event,” according to an announcement.
“The fans, artists, and crew, as well as the entire music industry, have been eagerly awaiting this moment” said Live Nation Germany CEO Marek Lieberberg. “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.”
That said, Lieberberg noted “The health and safety of our fans, artists and employees is our top priority. Whilst we understand that the situation is constantly evolving, we are still of the opinion that our catalog of measures offers comprehensive protection,” he said.