The Weeknd will perform at King Bowdoin Stadium on July 11 and 12.
Like Beyoncé or the Rolling Stones before them, Canadian singer The Weeknd will perform at King Bowdoin Stadium next Tuesday and Wednesday (July 11-12), While thousands of people are expected to attend, STIB announced that it would adapt its offer on that day.,
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Therefore, Metro Line 2 It will be extended to rue Baudouin (instead of being limited to Simonis), so that there will be a metro every five minutes to Heysel. Just like that, Six metro trains will remain on stand-by Providing additional visits if necessary. For quick access to the stadium, STIB advises passengers with yellow, brown and red tickets to get off at Houba-Brugmann station, and blue and green ticket holders to get off at Heysel station. Roi Baudouin station will be closed from 9 p.m.
As far as surface traffic is concerned, Five additional trams are planned (Lines 3-7-9-51-93) will be added to the network as needed (even though Line 7 is under construction). bus level, Line 83 is diverted in both directionsVia Roman road, between Esplanade and Tircher.
music in the station
A Equipment to guide visitors arriving by train at the Gare du Midi has also been planned. Did event pass code On concert tickets, also provided by email via QR-code which allows you to obtain round-trip STIB tickets from GO vending machines, valid on the day of the concert.
Just like that, Songs from the Canadian singer will be programmed on all stations on the days of the concert, ,To complete the party, STIB will air a playlist on its stations from 3 PM to 7 PM and from 11 PM to 1 AM featuring several songs from The Weeknd’s various albums, creating an immersive atmosphere.”, indicates the transport company.
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