Björk Again Rescheduled Orkestral Livestream Series To 2021

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Icelandic singer-songwriter, Björk has again rescheduled his upcoming live-streamed series to 2021(next year). Check out the new dates below.

The concerts were about to begin on Sunday (August 9), but it had to postpone to August 29 after the Icelandic government re-imposed tougher restrictions on gatherings in light due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Now, Björk again have been rescheduled the dates and now it is going to take place in January and February 2021.

According to the statement, promoters Iceland Airwaves said the decision had been taken “because we can’t trust that the newly imposed restrictions will be lifted in time for the shows and we always want to prioritize the health and safety of our guests and staff”.

Tickets for the original shows shall be legitimate for the brand new corresponding date. Followers have 14 days from today (August 29) to assert a refund, which could be obtained by emailing midasala@harpa.is or help@dice.fm. A 20 % lower of the proceeds from the shows shall be donated to Kvennaathvarfid, a charity supporting women and immigrants of various origins in Iceland, as initially deliberate.

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Check out the Björk’s rescheduled Orkestral concerts dates here:

January 2021

17 – Björk with 15 piece chamber ensemble from Iceland Symphony Orchestra & conductor Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason
24 – Björk with Hamrahlið Choir & conductor Þorgerður Ingólfsdóttir
31 – Björk with brass from the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, flute septet Viibra, harpist Katie Buckley & pianist Jónas Sen

February 2021

28 – Björk with strings from Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, harpist Katie Buckley & conductor Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason

Tickets for the shows, including a bundled package for all four, are available to purchase from Dice here. Meanwhile, Rachel McAdams recently revealed she prepared for her role in the Netflix movie Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga by watching lots of Björk videos.