ASOT 1000 Celebration Weekend postponed once again, in 2023

As we imagined, Armin van Buuren has just announced the second postponement of the long-awaited event in Jaarbeur Utrecht

The not very comforting news about a less dangerous pandemic, but contagious as never before had already given the idea that even for the month of next February, it would be impossible to celebrate noteworthy events and festivals in Europe.

The fate of the world tour of the most anticipated trance event for years, the celebrations the milestone 1000 of A State Of Trance radioshow, still revolve around the progress of the pandemic and a few minutes ago Armin van Buuren announced the second postponement of the main event, the “Celebration Weekend” in Jaarbeurs Utrecht, scheduled first for 3 and 4 September 2021, subsequently postponed to 18 and 19 February of this year and now postponed again to 3 and 4 March 2023:

The A State Of Trance 1000 world tour has already organized three very successful events in Amsterdam, Mexico City and Moscow last fall and two more events are planned for this spring, in Krakow, Poland on March 12 and in Los Angeles on April 9.

In the hope that these two dates will not be postponed, we would like to leave a thought: it is easier for such a big event to take place, in consideration of the pandemic still in progress and future uncertainties on its course, between spring and summer , therefore, it seems strange to us that even at the end of next winter there is still such a big event planned. On the other hand, however, we also understand all the organizational difficulties that the team and the various bodies have been facing for many months to organize a long-awaited event.

The ASOT team invites all fans, if they have any doubts or questions, to visit the FAQ of the dedicated website.

Stay healthy and patient, trancefamily !

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