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Barry Gibb to symphonica in Rosso petition

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Barry Gibb naar Symphonica in Rosso??
Dit jaar is Simply Red de artiest die de Symphonica in Rosso concerten gaat verzorgen in het Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Veel fans in Nederland willen proberen om tijdens een van de volgende edities van Symphonica, Barry Gibb naar Nederland te krijgen. In 2018 of 2019.
GSI  heeft die gedachte al een tijdje en is al in contact met mensen in Barry’s team die gewerkt hebben bij Symphonica in Rosso dus het concept goed kennen. We zijn bezig ten eerste om te bekijken of er interesse is bij Mojo Concerts de organisatie van Symphonica en bij Barry’s booking agency en of zij samen tot een overeenstemming kunnen komen. Pas dan kunnen er plannen gemaakt worden en voorbereidingen beginnen. Symphonica In Rosso heeft een lange voorbereidingstijd nodig.
Wil je een petitie tekenen om je interesse te tonen voor Barry Gibb tijdens een van de volgende Symphonica edities, dan doe dat zo snel mogelijk!!
GSI zal je verder op de hoogte houden als de samenwerking inderdaad tot stand komt.
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Barry Gibb to Symphonica in Rosso??
This year Simply Red is the artist who will perform at the Symphonica in Rosso concerts in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Many fans in the Netherlands want to try to get Barry Gibb to the Netherlands for one of the following editions of Symphonica  in 2018 or 2019.
GSI has had that thought for a while already and has contacted people in Barry's team who worked for Symphonica in Rosso and so know the concept very well. We are first busy  to see if there is an interest by Mojo Concerts in The Netherlands, the organization of Symphonica and Barry's booking agency and we have to see whether they can come up with an agreement. Only then plans can be made and preparations begin. For Symphonica In Rosso a long preparation time is required.
If you want to sign a petition to show your interest in Barry Gibb coming to one of the following Symphonica editions, please do so as soon as possible !!
GSI will keep you informed

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Barry Gibb zu Symphonica in Rosso?
In diesem Jahr ist Simply Red der Künstler, der bei der Symphonica in Rosso Konzerte im Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam auftreten wird. Viele Fans in den Niederlanden wollen versuchen, Barry Gibb in die Niederlande für eine der folgenden Ausgaben von Symphonica im Jahr 2018 oder 2019 zu bekommen.
GSI hat diesen Gedanken schon fur eine Weile und hat die Leute in Barrys Team kontaktiert, die für Symphonica in Rosso gearbeitet haben und so das Konzept sehr gut kennen. Wir sind zunächst beschäftigt zu sehen, ob es ein Interesse von Mojo Konzerte in den Niederlanden gibt, die Organisation von Symphonica und Barry's Buchungsagentur und wir müssen sehen, ob sie eine Vereinbarung treffen können. Nur dann können Pläne gemacht und Vorbereitungen beginnen. Für Symphonica In Rosso ist eine lange Vorbereitungszeit erforderlich.
Wenn du eine Petition unterschreiben willst, um dein Interesse an Barry Gibb zu zeigen, das er zu einer der folgenden Symphonika-Ausgaben kommt, so bitte so bald wie möglich!
GSI hält Sie auf dem Laufenden, wenn die Zusammenarbeit tatsächlich eintritt.
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