HE left the stage prematurely, THE juice was turned off.
Comedian Helge Schneider (65) broke off his beach chair concert in Augsburg after 40 minutes because he was disturbed by the hospitality of the guests.
At her open-air concert on Sunday at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, the singer encouraged Babe (61) their fans, ignoring the hygiene measures and coming forward to the stage.
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Live on stage, Nena criticized the strict hygiene measures that existed at her concertPhoto: BILD
When the organizer threatened to cancel the concert, she raged: “Turn off the power or get me down here with the police … I’m fed up!”
Where does this anger come from among the artists?
“Events like the open air beach chair, which can currently take place anywhere, are not economically viable,” says Jens Michow (70), President of the Association of the Concert and Event Industry.
“These are occupational therapies for the artists, the fans, and the organizers’ team in an effort to do something rather than doing nothing. You can’t earn money with it. “
Singer Heinz Rudolf Kunze (64) criticizes the lack of a lobby for artists: “You just have to look at pictures from the European Football Championship. I can’t see that football fans are more disciplined than music fans. “
Singer Alec Völkel (49) from The BossHoss takes the same line: “Thousands of people at a football game are okay, but a seated concert for 25,000 vaccinated, tested or recovered spectators outdoors with an impeccable hygiene concept is not possible? So it is no longer possible to organize concerts in an economically sensible way. “
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Alec Völkel finally wants to give concerts for “The BossHoss” againPhoto: dpa
Pop star Bernhard Brink (69) told BILD: “How should we be able to plan artists and concert organizers? Here, politicians are finally called upon to find a comprehensible and, above all, predictable regulation almost one and a half years after the beginning of the crisis. “
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Pop star Bernhard Brink has also had enough of the corona madnessPhoto: danapress
Photo: imago images / Jan Huebner
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President of the Association of the Concert and Event Industry Jens MichowPhoto: imago images / Jan Huebner
Concert President Michow: “It is time that events with vaccinated and convalescents can take place without restrictions.”
Bundestag deputy Wolfgang Kubicki (FDP) also sees a need for action: demonstrations such as the Berlin CSD and concerts are “obviously” measured with two different standards.
“Uniform regulations nationwide for concerts and demonstrations” are needed.