Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 38
MJProduction, like many other event organisers, looks at the corona pandemic and snaks his head.
It's very difficult to plan anything in advance these days. One day coverment will decide to ban the sale of alcohol, the second day it will be replaced by a restriction on the opening hours of a nightclub. It is very difficult to organise events against this background because one day you have to consider one
restriction, but before the event takes place it will change to something new and it will have to revisit everything on the organisational side.
MJProduction hasn't let his head down and is going to make it full-on.
To their surprise, they were able to perform a club concert with the foreign artist Niletto in the middle of the corona pandemic.
Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 56
The coronal pandemic is at its peak but it doesn't seem to affect MJProduction.
At a time when countries are closing their national borders, different restrictions and rules are imposed nationally, MJProduction organises a club concert.
There are currently no events in the country where there are more than 500 people, but this number applies to the outdoor event.
A public event with stationary seating can be done with up to 400 people, and if there is a desire to do another event, the limit is 250.
It's a big blow to the showbusiness world. Artists have nowhere to perform, and concert organizers don't have no point of doing events with such a small audience.
In addition, there is also a restriction on nightclubs with a limited opening hours until 12:00 a.m. In short, the situation is very hopeless.
But without caring, there was a Cathouse concert at the club on 04.09.2020. Then the hall's occupancy limit was 50%.
Please note, it was not just a concert, but the artist
Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 39
I apologize for the vocabulary if it hurts anyone, but I don't express myself any differently!
For starters, according to government regulation
https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/309102020002?leiaKehtiv entry to the Republic of Estonia, there are no restrictions on the work and artists are coming to perform! (Performance is a gainful job!).
Therefore, i'm sorry, but what "artists are not allowed into the country" is a complete bluff.
Until mid-November, there were no restrictions on the halls with seating.
At the moment clubs have up to 250 people under restrictions, no more than 50% of capacity!
The restrictions were on clubs, which is ridiculous "the virus spreads in the club and only after 00:00 and only when drinking alcohol"!?! Recently, I read an article that PÖFF got an exception for organizing its event, and it's not funny anymore!
I'm sorry, but how will it be decided? Somebody can and somebody can't?
Or does the state only give the right to "own" and others
Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 46
MJProduction found a solution to the problem that afflicts many in this corona.
Namely, there is a big hole in the entertainment world because customers do not know whether the events are still taking place or are left out at the last minute.
On the other hand, events are not organised because the organisers are not sure whether the event can take place at such a variable time and whether customers will even acquire a ticket.
Interesting events and concerts are advertised, but you'd not be sure. However, if it's too late, will there be enough tickets because the tickets are limited?
MJProduction found a solution - MULTI-TICKET