Ground Zero tries to move 15 Year Anniversary edition to September

Nina van Zelst
By Nina van Zelst

Yesterday it was announced the ban on festivals in The Netherlands would be prolonged until the 1st of September. The 15th anniversary of Ground Zero was scheduled to take place right before this date on the 29th of August, but luckily the organisation let the fans know they are trying to reschedule to September this year. 

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Ground Zero is known for being the ultimate hardcore night festival and would already celebrate its 15th anniversary this year. By now the coronavirus has completely overturned these plans, but luckily the organisation of Ground Zero had already taken this scenario into account. This is why they’re working hard behind the scenes to try and reschedule the festival to september.

“In the ongoing battle against the coronavirus, the Dutch government has decided to extend the current ban on events until September 1st. Ground Zero Festival 2020 – 15 Year Anniversary was due to take place in this period.

However, the organisation of Ground Zero has taken this scenario into account and has therefore been investigating the possibilities of moving the festival to September. This process will take several more weeks. More information will follow as soon as possible.”

Ground Zero – 15 Year Anniversary in September 2020?

Within a couple of weeks we will find out whether hardcore lovers will still be able to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Ground Zero in 2020. All purchased tickets will either remain valid for this new date of for the 2021 edition, so the organisation explains in the full statement“For now, stay safe and look out for each other. Keep it hardcore!”


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