André Hazes not present at Holland Zingt Hazes concerts
Holland Zingt Hazes continues, but unfortunately without André. That does not mean that there will be a gap in the show, Gerard Joling has now been added to the line-up. The artists performing during Holland Zingt Hazes 2021 are: Roxeanne Hazes, Jeroen van der Boom, Gerard Joling, Miss Montreal, Samantha Steenwijk, Rolf Sanchez, Jamai, Ruth Jacott, Peter Beense and Senna. The ninth edition of the successful concert series will take place on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 November.
André would be in the Lotto Arena in Antwerp on 10, 11 and 13 November. But the people who managed to get a ticket for this concert are also disappointed: these shows have been cancelled. Instead, the singer comes up with a Belgian version of Holland Zingt Hazes: Vlaanderen Zingt Hazes. During these Flemish shows, other Holland Zingt Hazes artists such as Jeroen van der Boom and Thomas Berge will also take the stage. “In any case, it will be a big Hazes party,” says the organization.
In addition, André would give a number of concerts in Belgium in October and November. Earlier today it was announced that the shows in the Belgian Oktoberhallen in Wieze will not take place. The singer was supposed to be on stage on October 30 and 31, but the concerts have since been cancelled. And that’s not all. His concert on 1 November in Deinze, Belgium, also draws a line.
An employee of EventsSquare, the organizer of the events informs RTL Boulevard that a letter will be sent out to all ticket holders this week. “We would like to inform you that André Hazes the evening of your life – the concert for which you have bought a ticket – is cancelled. As you have heard, André is being treated for burnout complaints. All performances in October and November are cancelled. A new date is being searched for. We will look into this with management in the near future and get back to you as soon as possible,” the letter reads.
In mid-September André announced that he was suffering from a burnout. According to his manager, the singer needed time “to regain strength”. He was supposed to be in Ahoy on October 15 and 16, but these shows have been moved to 2022.