Currently, Nils Landgren and the festival team are discussing under which conditions JazzBaltica can take place from June 24 to 27. "We are very optimistic - and have good ideas. For example, we will play much more outdoors," Nils Landgren reported a few days ago in Timmendorfer Strand.
There he had met with those responsible for the festival and representatives of the media cooperations to find possible open-air spaces for the MainStage in Strandpark. The festival's main stage is normally at home in the festival hall of the Maritim Seehotel Timmendorfer Strand - now it could move, along with the audience, to a green area of the Strandpark, surrounded by tall trees and in close proximity to the sea. "These are good prospects. Jazz concerts are a lot of fun in the open air, so this gives us even a bit more of a festival feel. And maybe you can even hear the sound of the waves during the breaks," says Nils Landgren.
The highest priority in the current planning is the health and well-being of the festival visitors. Detailed hygiene concepts are already in place and have already been successfully tested at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival's "Summer of Opportunities" in summer 2020.
Last year, JazzBaltica Corona had to be postponed due to circumstances. The planned program will be presented in this year's edition of the festival. Tickets remain valid. We will inform you here about current developments in the planning.