Cancellation danger for Sticky Tour in Milano?
From an article published today by Il Corriere Della Sera, it seems there might be a problem with forthcoming
concerts scheduled at the Stadio Meazza in Milan, Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet part two” included.
Roberto De Luca, manager of Live Nation Italy, revealed that from last night at 18.00
the whole list of Live Nation events for this summer in Milan has been put “on hold” until the results
of the meeting held by local authorities (about the protests about the huge stadium noises coming from people living nearby)
are made public.
In the meeting, that is going on this morning in Milan, authorities will reportedly deliberate that live
music cannot be played louder than 78 decibel and that everything should terminate at 23:30.
Officers will be placed at the mixing board to check the music levels and will be ready to turn the power off
when the clock strikes 23:30 (supposedly even if a show isn’t over).
De Luca told Il Corriere that he prefers to “stop it all” instead of following such rules.
If ultimately Madonna will not play in Milan, after paying months in advance for show tickets with pre-booking fees,
hotel reservations, trains and planes, the fans will be very angry and disappointed!