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+++ UPDATE: 19 May 2020, 6 PM +++

You have a ticket for ELBJAZZ 2020 and are wondering: what happens now?

From now until 17 June 2020, you can transfer tickets for this year’s festival to next year’s event. ELBJAZZ 2021 will take place on 4 + 5 June. If you cannot be there at ELBJAZZ next year, you also have the option of having your tickets refunded. You’ll find further information here!

+++ UPDATE: 17 April 2020, 10 PM +++

As a result of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, ELBJAZZ 2020 will not take place on 5 + 6 June. On the basis of today's general ruling issued by the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the festival is cancelled this year. Please be patient and give us some time to plan the next steps. We will let you know as soon as possible!

+++ UPDATE: 16 April 2020, 10 AM +++

We too paid close attention to the decisions of the federal and state governments announced on 15 April 2020 regarding the coronavirus pandemic, and we immediately contacted the Hamburg city authorities responsible for us, who are in charge of the detailed preparation of general rulings. We will shortly be issuing an official statement. Until then we ask you to bear with us.

+++ UPDATE: 16 March 2020, 10 AM +++

Already bought a ticket and are wondering whether you can bank on this year’s ELBJAZZ going ahead on 5 + 6 June as planned?

Or are you unsure whether you should buy a ticket or not, considering current developments regarding the coronavirus COVID-19?

We’d like to provide some clarity on this:

- We are currently planning on going ahead with ELBJAZZ as scheduled on 5 + 6 June 2020.

- There are currently no official constraints or cancellations for events after 30 April 2020.

- Should ELBJAZZ be cancelled due to an official ban, we will refund you the ticket price.

Please understand that these are the facts as things stand at the present time. We are keeping an eye on current developments and are in close communication with the relevant authorities. Until then we ask for you to be patient.

Stay healthy, sensible and calm!
We remain optimistic!

Your ELBJAZZ team

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