This is another major blow for the Waverse amusement park, as well as for all actors from the cultural and event sector who were mobilized for the organisation of the event.
“I can only congratulate the specialists and all the internal and external teams who have been working on the development of ‘Walibi On Stage’ for weeks. The work is impressive: organising such an event in two months time is quite an achievement. However, our commitment to supporting the Belgian cultural and event sector runs into the harsh reality. With sadness, but aware of the situation, we cancel this great musical experience.”
Jean-Christophe Parent, CEO of Walibi Belgium
Neither Halloween nor ‘Walibi On Stage’ in 2020. The park remains open, from 10am to 6pm, during weekends in October and during the autumn holidays (t.e.m. November 8). Visitors can still enjoy the attractions.
Tickets valid for ‘Walibi On Stage’ will be refunded. All information about tickets and concert reservations will soon be available online at www.walibi.be. The online calendar has also been changed: the nocturnes have been cancelled.
2020 is a difficult year for everyone. Through this initiative, Walibi Belgium wanted to brighten up the daily life of its visitors, in accordance with the security measures. It was also the perfect opportunity to support actors from the event and entertainment industry. An opportunity prevented by the current situation.
Nevertheless, Walibi Belgium and its employees continue to go forward, and are eagerly a prospect for the big prospects of 2021.