The Dutch administration announced on the 23rd of March 2020 additional measures to try and stop the spread of the coronavirus following a crisis debate. More information on the coronavirus and the measures can be found on the RIVM website.
At this time the Ziggo Dome is talking to the organizations and local government to see wich events need to be rescheduled or cancelled because of these measures. Ticket buyers will receive an e-mail from the ticket sellers as soon as they have an update.
The Dutch administration just announced additional measures to try and stop the spread of the coronavirus following a crisis debate. One of these additional measures is a ban of public gatherings and events that attract over 100 attendees. This ban is at least in place up until March 31st 2020. This means it will also include the show of Gregory Porter that would have taken place on the 19th of March.
Gregory Porter begun his career in small jazz clubs in San Diego. In 2010 he broke through with his debut album ‘Water’, which got nominated for a Grammy Award. Gregory Porter has since become one of the most successful jazz singers of his generation. The American singer, born in Los Angeles, combines jazz with soul, R&B and gospel amongst other genres. His warm voice is praised worldwide.
Bear in mind that it is forbidden to bring a bag with you to this show. Only handbags that aren’t bigger than the size of an A4-paper (8.27 x 11.69 inches) and no thicker than 10 cm (3.9 inches) are allowed inside. If you do bring a bag bigger than this, you will not be allowed to enter the venue. The organizer of this event will do its best to reduce queues as much as possible. We politely ask for your understanding and cooperation.
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