Switzerland Tag

Switzerland has lifted the restrictions on the number of people allowed at shows as of June 26th. This will allow for events that exceed 10,000 people to happen as long as attendees show proof of vaccination, have tested negative, or recovered from Covid-19. Meaning that all venues can now operate at full capacity. However, these venues will have to provide

The Swiss federal government is one of the latest to reveal plans to get back to large scale events, and normality. Switzerland has not seen large-scale events with a capacity of over 1,000 ever since February of 2020 but this month could change that, thanks to new plans that the government has unveiled which includes provisional dates and also approved capacities. Towards

Right now, the music world is in a state of limbo wondering what is going to happen to this years festival season during summer. In Europe, festivals such as Tomorrowland, Parookaville, Primavera Sound and more rely on decisions and actions from the government, and many are now demanding clarity on their decisions. Switzerland and Denmark are the latest European markets that are calling for action

Starting October 1st, Switzerland will allow events with over 1,000 people to take place. Under strict measures, people will be allowed to return to some sort of "normal." Europe's eighth-largest live music market will be a test to see if the live-music industry can return. Any live music event that is set to occur in Switzerland needs to be approved by

Bosnian-German DJ/producer Solomun returned to the stage this past weekend with a three-hour-long performance at the nightclub Nordstern in Basel, Switzerland.  Lucky for us, the entire thing was live-streamed and is available for all of our enjoyment. The performance comes after a long-awaited international hiatus from nightlife and public gatherings in general due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has put

We’re a little less than a month away from the second-ever edition of Tomorrowland Winter in Alpes d’Huez, a ski resort in France close to Switzerland. After a massive, sold-out first edition, a lot of positive feedback from attendees and artists and a mesmerizing aftermovie, it was clear that they will return this year. As we’re getting closer to the return

With only three months left until the end of 2019, we're about to start yet another decade. 2020 is quickly approaching, and this year alone has been a substantial year for music broadcasting innovations. Over the years, music has been showcased to the world through technological creations like cassette tapes, CDs, vinyl records, Discmans, iPods, mp3s, live television broadcasts, and