The Jimmy Jazz room suspends its programming until January 28

The public could once again enjoy live music (standing up) last October in the Jimmy Jazz room. / IGOR AIZPURU

The Coronation venue will postpone practically all the concerts at the beginning of the year due to the impossibility of being held with 60% capacity

Ramon Albertus

The restrictions that entered the Basque Country at the end of the year have led concert halls to postpone their programming. Preventive measures, which limit capacity by 60%, have already led Hell Dorado to postpone its poster for the first month of the year with the suspension of performances by the Sex Museum, Víctimas Club or KokoJean & the Tonics. Now, another iconic venue in the city, Jimmy Jazz, announces that they will not hold any concert until January 28, “at the expense of clarifying whether that day we can function or not,” they point out in a statement in which they affirm that they are already working to specify other dates.

Cultural promoters have been expressing their tiredness at the latest restrictions that prevent the actions from being profitable with this capacity limitation. Among the appointments canceled in the Jimmy Jazz room are the concerts of Viva Belgrado and Nueva Vulcano (January 13), Bulego and Bengo (14), Mafalda (January 21), Tropa do Carallo, new band by Evaristo Páramos (22 January), and Hard Gz (28). In addition, one of the best-known television faces, the comedian Dani Mateo will have to postpone his show ‘Why don’t you shut up?’ scheduled for January 16.

For its part, La Excavadora, whose concert was to be held this Saturday, will take the Coronation stage on March 25. Another concert, that of Olatz Salvador and Idoia, goes on to March 31. In all these cases, the tickets purchased previously will be valid for the new date. At the same time, the room communicates that if a buyer cannot attend the new date, they must write an email to sarrerak@jimmyjazzgasteiz.com requesting a refund.

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The Jimmy Jazz room suspends its programming until January 28