They had to for a long time Fans wait, it's almost time: Saturday is playing Helene Fischer a mega concert in Munich. The hit queen will perform her greatest hits in front of an audience of more than 100,000 people. There's just one catch. Noisy 'German Weather Service' it's not supposed to be a nice summer evening in August on the day of the open-air spectacle in the Bavarian state capital. Who has the perspective and who decides whether it even has to be demolished if that weather stops playing, reports 'THE' .
Such a mild summer rain during a concert has never stopped anyone from partying. But when thunder and lightning strikes, it can become dangerous. But to ensure the safety of Schlager fans, The district administrative board and a head of the organizer take care of possible measures in advance. Not only that, too police and fire brigade are also switched on.
'Even before the start there is close coordination,' says KVR spokesman Tobias Kapfelsberger. The four groups will come together every 30 to 60 minutes and discuss the current situation. This should enable an appropriate response to the impending storm. Because in the event of a thunderstorm, a demolition is not excluded. According to the organizer Leutgeb Entertainment Group and the KVR, an evacuation plan takes effect in this case. Part of this plan is to bring those present 'in solid buildings to safety'. But security spokespersons on the concert grounds will also keep an eye on the process.There is space for over 100,000 people at the exhibition center in Trudering-Riem. Image: iMAGO / Daniel Scharinger
So that the audience also knows how to behave in an emergency, the organizer will explain the behavioral measures before the start of the concert in the form of a safety video. If everything goes well, these are not used at all and the weather holds.
The fans will spend a lot of time at the concert area in Trudering-Riem on Saturday. Most recently, the very early admission before the start caused a lot of discussion in the fan base. Access is permitted from 2 p.m. How the time should be bridged until the start of the concert six hours later, those present have to think for themselves, because a pre-act has not yet been announced.Source: watson.de