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COVID-19 is affecting the electronic music scene

Here's how the coronavirus, officially called COVID-19, affects festivals, clubs, promoters, and the electronic music scene in general. We just got information from promoter in Tirana, Albania that says "all massive, sport, cultural and other public gathering is forbiden untill 3rd of April" and this is announcment from thir govermnt. So, all events with electronic music too are canceled.  Situation on Kosovo is still good. Lets hope will stay like that 🙏🏻😇 All other information we took from our favorite portal of electronic music RA.  • All of Italy will be placed under lockdown starting on Tuesday, as part of  a decree  by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conti. Conditions  already imposed  on Northern Italy will be extended to the entire country—some 60 million people—which includes prohibition on all non-essential travel and  the closure  of nightclubs, venues, gyms and other gathering spaces. •  Get Lost's 24-hour Miami party , planned for March 21st, h
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