It is through a joint press release that the coordinator of the spectator collective and the company organizing the event announce their agreement. “A new event will be organized in the coming months.”
Is this the epilogue of this “bad buzz” concerning the Aya Nakamura concert which was held on Saturday November 11 at the Pierre Aliker stadium in Dillon in Fort-de-France? Yes, according to the protagonists who signed the press release. Laureen James (the coordinator of the collective) and BE PROD EVENT (the organizing company), “welcome the agreement reached“.
A mediation was held “in the presence of both parties, accompanied by their respective counsel” and compromises were made.
BE PROD EVENT offers to organize an event in the coming months. This event will only be open on presentation of the ticket within the “stands” and “gold stands” categories, only for spectators who have registered according to the terms which will be communicated later.
Thus, only holders of seats in the stands will be entitled to a new private event whose date (a deadline is agreed), the location and the invited artist(s) have not yet been revealed.
At the start of the week, dissatisfied spectators complained about the technical quality of the concert in Martinique (insufficient sound system in the stands, location of the stage, size of the screens). They came together as a collective to demand a refund.
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