Finally it's that time again! The Dutch singer-songwriter Anton van Doornmalen will give a concert in Bad Sassendorf (Kreis Soest, NRW, Germany) on Saturday, November 20. The concert title "Journey" promises a musical journey of the singer, who is popular in the region and who, in addition to new English-language songs, will play his evergreens. The concert in Bad Sassendorf will take place for the first time in the Conference and Congress Center (Eichendorffstraße 2, Bad Sassendorf).
In order to protect all concert visitors as best as possible from Corona, the current hygiene measures apply: Seating in the hall will be in a checkerboard pattern. In addition, the so-called 3G rule applies: only those who have been vaccinated, recovered or tested may enter. A corresponding check takes place at the entrance.
After two digital concerts last year, the singer is very much looking forward to being on stage again live with his highly professional band: "The anticipation of being able to play in front of a real audience again is great - both for the musicians and for me," says the singer and adds: "Only at concerts does the true magic of the songs unfold, that's what we do it for."
The songs on the new album are all linked to the topic of traveling - meaning journeys to places (e.g. Liverpool or Australia), but also journeys through everyday life and through life. The concert will start in the early evening, the exact time will be announced soon.
The entrance fee of 15 Euro will be donated completely to Sibusiso, an association that supports handicapped children in Tanzania, East Africa. Sibusiso is a village project that supports mentally and physically handicapped children. The foundation's goal is to create social acceptance for children who no one else cares about. The children are taken in and individually supported in an aid center.