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Jinjer announce a special mini-tour for this September

Ukraine’s finest metal gem Jinjer is ready to get back on stage and play for a live audience again. The band has just announced a very exclusive, short tour for this September with stops in Germany and Switzerland. See more details below.

The band: “As a band we have always pushed 100% to get our music out to you and we feel like this is a chance to get back to some sort of normality this year … it’s the end of summer and right before the fall, with many successful shows played in both countries the last few months. If there is any way to safely perform again – for us and for you – WE MUST TAKE THE CHANCE! Tickets are very limited and all shows will follow local governmental Safety and Social Distancing guidelines … See you very soon!”

EDIT: The band has now added one more extra show in Munich and performance at Strandkorb Open Air in Moenchengladbach.

“First of all – THANK YOU for supporting these upcoming shows in September, we cannot tell you how excited we are to play for you!” comments the band. “MUNICH IS NOW SOLD OUT! Due to the huge demand for tickets there we’ve added a 2nd show! We’ve also added a new show in Speyer, Germany! There will not be any upgrades for these shows so once tickets are gone – THEY ARE GONE! See you soon!

Macro World Tour 2020
17.09. – MUENCHEN (DE) Backstage Werk *SOLD OUT*
18.09. – AARBURG (CH) Musigburg
19.09. – WETZIKON (CH) Hall Of Fame
20.09. – SPEYER (DE) Halle 101 Open Air *NEW*
21.09. – MOENCHENGLADBACH (DE) Strandkorb Open Air
22.09. – MUENCHEN (DE) Backstage Werk *2. SHOW ADDED*


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