"Give Live A Chance" is the long-awaited restart of major events in the music industry that Live Nation Entertainment has now announced. After a five-month global break, the lockdown in Germany and beyond will end with a stadium concert in the MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA Düsseldorf on September 4th. Bryan Adams, Sarah Connor, Rea Garvey, The BossHoss, Joris and Michael Mittermeier will send a passionate and powerful signal of pop culture in front of 13,000 fans. The concert is based on comprehensive measures to protect against infection. "Give Live A Chance" presents all participants with compressed, crisp appearances within a 150-minute program - without breaks, sometimes in "unplugged format".“This is the sign that fans, artists and crews as well as the entire music industry have longingly been waiting for,” said Live Nation Germany CEO and “Give Live A Chance” organizer Marek Lieberberg. “We are opening the door for the renaissance of live music, which we are finally giving the chance to restart with this concert. We are sure that our audience will deal with it enthusiastically, tolerantly and responsibly. "A comprehensive health, hygiene and safety concept coordinated with the authorities ensures that infection protection is fully taken into account. All visitors have to register when purchasing tickets in order to guarantee their availability and to agree to the special conditions for the fully seated concert. Without exception, the fans undertake to wear protective masks. In addition, with this specific seating configuration, the required social distance of 1.50 m is guaranteed. Personalized tickets, extended access and waiting areas, staggered entry and exit slots, alcohol prohibition, disinfection and additional sanitary measures are among the extensive basics of the event.“The synchronization with the Düsseldorf authorities and the MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA was the basis of this project for us from the beginning,” says Lieberberg. “We will continue this during and after the event in order to give a positive example of what major events can look like in times of Corona”. "We are happy to send a signal of hope for live music all over the world from Düsseldorf!", Says Michael Brill, managing director D.Live, operator of the MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA.