Madonna’s Zagreb show cancelled
This is one piece of news a Madonna fan should never have to read. Promoters Adria Entertaiment and Live Nation confirmed today that the June 11 Madonna World Tour concert at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb, Croatia, has been cancelled due to logistical reasons.
“We are very sorry that many Madonna fans will be disappointed,” Adria Entertainment said in a statement on their website.
Vladimir Ivankovic, CEO of Adria Party, got in more details saying that “unfortunately the world of corporate business decisions are made regarding the primary benefit of the corporation. In this case we could not go under any agreement we have with local partners and take over the logistical commitments that are subsequently placed in front of us, and refer to the manner of use of the stadium. Because of this, we made a joint decision that without it iwould not be logistically possible to organize a concert in a satisfactory manner, which would bring loss to all parties involved in the project. So we had to cancel the concert.” .
“Refund begins 3/19/2012 and will last until the last customer does not come for a refund for your ticket”, Ivankovic also said. “We know that this decision of the cancellation may have an impact on the market, but our long-term fairness and the public trust, we are sure, will override this challenge, and this trust will not be affected.”
Refunds for all ticket buyers for the cancelled concert can be obtained from 19 March 2012 at the original retail outlets where tickets were purchased. Fans who have purchased their tickets online will have the amount refunded on their credit cards. Those who have purchased their tickets at the Adria Entertainment box office – regardless of payment method – will be refunded only at the original Adria Entertainmen point of sale.
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