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Luxembourg is getting ready for its first COVID-proof live concert

Luxembourg is getting ready for its first COVID-proof live concert

Up to 1500 people will enjoy a live performance without masks and social distancing

Luxembourg is planning to hold the country's first live concert in many months, resembling almost pre-pandemic conditions. National media report that the event is set to take place in the picturesque SPA complex of Mondorf-les-Bains, with Belgian soul singer Selah Sue, supported by Herr Bender featuring Edsun.

Thanks to the national CovidCheck system, the thermal complex is expecting to welcome up to 1500 people, without masks and without observing social distance.

Life in Luxembourg gradually returning to normal

Mondorf-les-Bains is going to welcome what is claimed to be the first live concert in the Grand Duchy after the start of the pandemic, for holders of CovidCheck. The latter is the national document, certifying that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative, or recovered from the infection.

This way, some 1500 people will be able to enjoy a live performance on 24 July, L’Essentiel.lu reported. The ticket sales have already started on Monday, 14 June on Atelier.lu and are priced at 38 euros.

The promoter’s website reported that the event will be organised with no restrictions for those who have received their CovidCheck certificates. Accordingly, it will take place as an open-air concert without social distancing. However, as the event should comply with the sanitary restrictions in place at that moment, changes could be expected up to 10 days before it.

To make the mass event possible, several institutions have collaborated: the event promoter Atelier, the Ministry of Health of Luxembourg, and the thermal baths resort of Mondorf, which provides the venue. The communal administration of Mondorf-les-Bains, as well as the Ministry of Culture of the Grand-Duchy, have also given their support to the endeavour.

Currently, Luxembourg is in the process of lifting the coronavirus restrictions. As of 13 June, the curfew no longer applies, public gatherings for CovidCheck holders are possible, and so are home visits and groups sports for up to 10 people.

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