Striking news from the Back to Live festivals that will be held in Biddinghuizen this weekend due to the bad weather forecasts postponed for a week. One of the consequences of this is that all visitors, employees and artists will have to have a corona test carried out again. This is required to participate in this study.
On the Back to Live site you can read:
The Back to Live dance and pop festivals are postponed for a week. Unfortunately, Fieldlab Events had to decide that in consultation with organizers MOJO and ID&T. Due to the bad weather forecasts, parties feel compelled to make this decision. The organizing parties are very aware that this is a very tough one for all visitors, artists, suppliers, employees and services.
The purpose of the festivals at the Walibi Holland event site in Biddinghuizen is to conduct practical research, aimed at a rapid return of safe and responsible events with an increased visitor capacity. The combination of heavy gusts of wind, rainfall and low temperatures and the concerns expressed by our visitors, mean that Fieldlab Events expects attendance to be lower and the stay shorter. This means that the results of the survey will not be representative and the visitors’ experience is far from pleasant.
The new date for the Back to Live Dance Festival is Saturday March 20, a day later is the Pop Festival. Both events take place between 1 pm and 7 pm at the Walibi Holland event area in Biddinghuizen. Named cards for the new dates remain valid. If the new dates do not fit in the agenda, tickets can be returned via Paylogic before Sunday March 14 11:59 PM, resale is not possible. All ticket buyers will receive a personal message about this. Any returned tickets will go on sale again on Monday 15 March at 4 pm.