The Corona virus is ravaging our country, and all live performances have been canceled and / or postponed. On this page we provide practical information about what that means for ShowBird customers:
The government's COVID-19 measures include the ban on meetings with more than 30 people inside.
The 1.5 meter rule must also be complied with at all times.
Booking without risk: this is how it works
You want to organize a party but are not sure if it will continue due to Corona.
We have changed the cancellation policy for performances in June, July, August and September 2020:
You only have to pay two weeks before the event.
You can move the performance to a new date for free, in consultation with the artist.
If the performance cannot be caught up, you will receive a refund.
My event cannot proceed, now what?
Have you booked an act, but your event is canceled due to COVID-19 Measures?
Contact the artist and discuss the best solution for both.
Try to move your event as much as possible to a later date.
We are ready to administrate any changes immediately.
How can you enjoy yourself and others in Corona time? Seven tips:
It's a tough time for anyone who's tied to home.
The Coronavirus is delaying or delaying planned parties.
How do you get a healthy portion of entertainment these days?
ShowBird has prepared eight tips for those who stay at home:
1. Pick up an old hobby
Dust off the guitar you've ever bought, start dancing or juggling again. Who knows, we may find you as an artist on ShowBird soon!
2. Plan a party in 2021
The near future is uncertain, but next year you can do big.
Good preparation is half the battle. Organize a fun party that will make you forget all the missed parties of this time in one go.
3. Put a loved one in the spotlight
Serenade your friend's balcony or arrange a video message from Elsa for your daughter.
Via ShowBird you can book all kinds of fun performances remotely.
4. Do an online workshop / learn something new
This time of Corona is perfect for learning a new skill.
Take a magic course online or do a cooking workshop with the family.
5. Organize your time efficiently.
If you're not used to working from home, this can be challenging.
Think ahead of time about what goals you'd like to achieve that day and plan your time well in.
6. Re-live a favourite concert
Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged? Simon & Garfunkel live at central Park? Krezip on Pinkpop?
Many great concerts can be viewed in full via Youtube, take advantage of this.
7. Keep your distance and trust
We also want to emphasize the importance of keeping our distance and following up on the measures.
The sooner we control the virus, the sooner we will can get started together.
The ShowBird team