Former boy band Only Seven Left’s announced reunion concert has been postponed indefinitely. The group will perform twice for the first time in seven years, on November 20 and 21. But due to the new mild lockdown, this return has been postponed indefinitely.
“We’ve been waiting for a year for this, a huge disappointment,” the group said on social media. “We are looking at the new dates now and will come up with an update as soon as possible. Tickets will remain valid. Have courage!”
The concerts will take place at the Concert Hall de Vorstein in Hilversum. Tickets for both the shows sold out in no time. The five band members would present a new album with seven new songs after a seven-year absence.
The five band members – Björgen, Jochem, Hines, Bram and Roderick – have been working in the studio in secrecy on new material for the past few months. The group was founded in 2005 and has performed with great success in the Netherlands and abroad.
Only Seven Left has given concerts in Belgium, the United Kingdom, Germany, Egypt and Indonesia. The men were in regular interest. The group made two albums that ended in the Album Top 100. His biggest hit was Love Will Lighten the Dark from 2012.
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