Elvis Costello concert at Blue Note not sold out
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GHENT - Blue Note Records Festival, the jazz festival currently running in Ghent, is far from sold out. For the closing night with Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint (Tuesday, July 17th), there are still tickets available in advance. The rumor that at least one of the concert was sold out days dives every year again, but also shows this time not true.
"The reason for the unrest is this time an administrative computer error at FNAC," says festival organizer Bertrand Flamang. "Therefore, the rumor would go the" special night "by Elvis Costello is sold out."
That's according to Flamang not the case and also for all other concerts are always a few hundred tickets sold locally, so no one has to go home disappointed.
FNAC was accidentally introduced a quota on the Costello tickets. "The computer ensured that could be sold in any FNAC branch still tickets for the closing night, 'says Flamang. "I'm only since this morning and the problem would be two days are underway. I have been promised that it will be resolved soon. "
Last weekend if the jazz festival in the Bijloke received some 6,000 jazz fans. That was less than expected and that the bad weather was certainly something in between.
Flamang becschikt own words about his "best ever festival poster. Tuesday is the last day of the hatch traditional jazz. From Wednesday begins "All that Jazz?" with a question mark: seven days concert with younger, fusion-jazz, with influences from far outside the jazz world.
More info: www.bluenoterecordsfestival.com, www.fnac.be and www.uitbureau.be. Tickets cost 25 euros in advance and 29 euros at the box office.