MJProduction will summarize 2020. There are both good and worse moments in it. In addition, they will remove their cover from some of the plans for 2021.
2020 was a very crazy and unpredictable year for everyone. We were able to see both the rainforest fires and the madness of the toilet paper. We were most affected by the great corona pandemic. People were not allowed to leave their homes, strict restrictions on businesses and the confusion within the government to administer support measures and so on.
MJProduction had nine concerts planned in 2020, of which only 2 took place. These included the Morgernshtern concert on 21 February
and 04.NILETTO concert held on Septebri
"We look forward to seeing what this new meadow brings us. It is almost impossible to predict and plan ahead. At the moment, we have received a two-month salary allowance and a digital solutions grant at the end of 2020. In general, it's a big mess to get on with the entertainment world in the first place. Grants and benefits are distributed as they seek to get rid of this sector at the same time as more and more restrictions are being imposed. As Mr. Helme mentioned in the news, they have no political appetite for tourism and entertainment. The government does not dare to focus on concerns, but now prioritises other things. A lot of entertainment venues end up just closing the doors, and those who can survive have been hit very hard. We won't see it until the restrictions are over and people start to notice that when you make plans on Friday, your favourite club or restaurant is just closed and you have to stay home because this place that's open is already full of tree-lined people," says Aiko Henry Austrin, project manager at MJProduction.
Plans for the new year-
Not looking at big blows and event postponements, MJProduction doesn't give up. They're going to lift up their cover a little bit and tell them what their plans are for the new year.
Ticketing platform– Being the organizers of the concerts themselves is an integral part of ticketing for each concert but often ticketing platforms are a condition that the payouts take place after the event has been staged. MJProduction has been through both fire and water when organising events and is taking matters into its own hands.
Jüri Mets, head of MJProduction, comments on the plan in such a way "Seeing for ourselves how much a solution like ours makes life easier for an organizer we decided to shake hands with one of the developers of the systems and are currently developing a system on our website where it is possible for organizers to put their event up for sale. The big difference is that payouts are made regularly every month from the moment the event is put on sale. The organizer will have the additional opportunity to redirect their resources to their concert. More detailed information will come when everything is completely ready."
Big festivals: The plan is to make a couple of big festivals with their own solid genre. People who like hot Latin American rhythms, but nostalgic dress pants in the '90s, or someone would like to enjoy pop music admiring exclusive and unique cars. Everyone has something to come by but you can find out more about the plans when there is clarity about the organisation of events in the country.