Glam Slam Festival in Belgium postponed to September 2022

Glam Slam Festival in Belgium postponed to September 2022

The inaugural Glam Slam Festival, which was supposed to take place at the De Klinker Club in Aarschot, Belgium on September 4 and 5, 2021 has been postponed to September 2022. The festival now appears to feature Crashdïet (Sweden), One Desire (Finland), Shiraz Lane (Finland), Stop Stop (Spain/Bulgaria), Mister Misery (Sweden), Dobermann (Italy), Rakel Traxx (France), Maverick (UK), Lipz (Sweden), Snakebite (Germany), Night Laser (Germany), Ginger Likes (Netherlands), WildHeart (Belgium), Black Diamonds (Switzerland) and Kill City Kills (Russia).

The following message was posted on Glam Slam Festival‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edit):

“Dear friends and fans,

We are now only one month away from the “Glam Slam Festival”, and unfortunately the situation is still very unclear.When the government of Belgium devised a re-start plan for the entertainment/events sector, DMC GROUP was both delighted and optimistic. According to that plan, COVID restrictions would be lifted by September 1.

Unfortunately a new wave of Covid put anything again on hold, so at the moment nobody can confirm that we could proceed ahead with the Festival without any restrictions (assigned seats, limited number of access, etc) as per our original plan.

That said, unfortunately the actual situation leaves us with no chance but to postpone the Festival to 2022.

It has been a very tough decision indeed, but we prefer to let anybody know about it right now instead of waiting for some more days/weeks and then eventually cancelling at the last minute.

A new date for the Festival will be announced very soon.

We want to thank everyone of you for your fully understanding and continued support. We can assure you that we’ll not give up and we’ll keep on working to put together exciting live-events.

Any questions, just contact us and we’ll answer ASAP.

See you in 2022.

In the meantime stay safe and healthy and keep on believing in Rock !”