The pandemic continues to cause serious changes in plans, especially in the big events sector. This time the bad news comes from the Netherlands, where the government has decided to push the dates for banning multiple-day festivals further forward. This is already the second year of trying to save the summer without success. In early July, a few weeks after
The Danish government has unveiled a financial safety net of €67.2m for the organisers of major events, including music festivals, super league matches and markets. With summer and the typical big event season approaching but pandemic numbers still very much fluctuating, it is crucial to provide some reassurance to organisers. This Danish event cancellation fund is one of the latest to
Joy Mogensen, Denmark's minister for culture will propose the parliamentary parties a new and more inclusive compensation scheme for festival organisers. March is coming and there is still a lot of uncertainty about what the 2021 summer festivals season will be. Each country is at different stages of the pandemic, which is reflected in different phases of reopening and different levels
The Flemish government will help the region’s festivals organisers to prepare for the summer season with €60 million. The events sector has been one of the most affected worldwide and is no exception in this region. Now, due to these additional measures, organisers in the Flanders region can apply for a repayable advance and a Covid-proofing subsidy. The Flemish government is
We have just entered February, but the question that continues to hang in the minds of all festival-goers is 'will there be summer festivals'? It may seem like a long time before summer, but the big decisions will have to be revealed in advance. Meanwhile, a lot happens behind the curtain, where associations, organizations and governments try to reach solutions.
People of Tomorrow can possibly rejoice because this may be the best news you could have. The summer edition of Tomorrowland in 2021 can happen through rapid tests, and the news comes directly from Belgium. Vaccination against the Covid-19 virus is starting globally and this brings us much hope for a return to normality in the near future. However, given the world's population