Armin van Buuren’s ‘This Is Me’ event concept is the latest show getting postponed again due to the ongoing pandemic.
Last year, Armin van Buuren had to postpone his much-anticipated ‘This Is Me’ shows at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome due to COVID-19 and was rescheduled to May 2021. Once again, the legend has now had to push forward the shows to June 2 – 5, 2022, due to the current COVID-19 situation.
Purchased tickets remain valid for the respective dates for the shows in 2022 and ticket buyers will receive an email about the next steps.
“I used the past year to focus on my creativity, and i found myself being more productive than ever. I’ve used the time to create a lot of new music and collaborated with both household names and new talent,” Armin van Buuren revealed in a press statement today.
“I’m very excited to share this with you in a live show but as much as i would have liked it, the current situation doesn’t allow it to happen quite yet. It leaves me with no other option than to move ‘This Is Me’ shows forward to next year,” Armin van Buuren says.
The new show concept follows Armin van Buuren’s entire musical journey from the very moment he hit the scene over two decades ago up until the release of his most latest hits.
Armin van Buuren will bring all his sides together into the special shows, performing as Mainstage-Armin, Armin as A-State-Of-Trance-Host, Armin as a Pop-Musician, Armin as a Trancer and more.
“I will do my very best to bring you the show of a lifetime next year. The show will go on and i hope to share it with you.”
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