Controversial concert with Bryan Adams and Sarah Connor postponed


The major concert “Give Live A Chance” with Bryan Adams and Sarah Connor planned for September 4th in Düsseldorf cannot occur. The event is postponed.

“Give Live A Chance,” the concert which was scheduled to happen on September 4th in the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Düsseldorf with up to 13,000 people in the crowd, has been postponed. This has now been announced on the official homepage of the event. Now the event with Bryan Adams (60) and Sarah Connor (40, “How beautiful you are”) will take place in late autumn.

Therefore, the organizers felt compelled to take this step due to the increasing number of infections and a subsequent capacity restriction. “We are still of the opinion that our catalog of measures offers fans, artists and employees comprehensive protection,” explains “Give Live A Chance” organizer Marek Lieberberg (74).

Controversial concert with Bryan Adams and Sarah Connor postponed

There was plenty of criticism.

There had been a lot of criticism of the event beforehand. All those involved had asked themselves “the question of the responsibility of the planned event” and agreed to decide by August 31st on whether the concert could take place.

The state capital Düsseldorf, concert organizer Lieberberg and the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs, had agreed on this procedure, as was confirmed in a statement on August 13th.

In addition to Adams and Connor, Rea Garvey (47), Joris (30), Michael Mittermaier (54), and The BossHoss should also perform at the concert. More than 7,000 tickets had been sold for the event so far.

The entrance fee and the booking fees are to be refunded. “Give Live A Chance” was intended to demonstrate that it may be possible to hold a significant event despite the Corona crisis.

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