It has been 17 days of what was going to be the debut date of the Germans Scorpions in Ecuador, on October 12, 2019, that is 24 hours before the protests that led to their suspension in the capital ended.
During that period, the hard rock band’s Fan Club gathered some 450 signatures from those who had bought their tickets – between $ 55 and $ 180 – and asked for the return of what was invested in the show that did not get to set the stage in the General Rumiñahui Coliseum.
At the General Police Office of Pichincha met – the morning of this Tuesday, October 29 – the representative of the public, Linda Erazo, and businessman Cristian Sosa, head of the CKConcerts, in addition to his lawyer.
The agreement they reached had as mediators agents of the Ombudsman’s Office, an entity that received the signatures.
And it is that the deadline for informing about the rescheduling of the event – that the Lathium premises were going to open – will expire within a month.
In the event that CKConcerts does not set a new date for the Scorpions show, the organizers must publish a schedule for the return of the ticket price, which will also be done if there are customers who cannot attend, according to the producer’s statement.
The tickets that were sold through the Tichet Show platform will be valid if the Hanover quintet schedules Ecuador again.
In the meantime, this week will be in Russia, to then appear in Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary and Slovakia, until next November 20. By 2020, Klaus Meine and his family have announced their arrival in Australia (February 19-24), New Zealand (February 27), Indonesia (March 1) and Singapore (March 4). This year they were in Bogotá – together with Whitesnake – and the Rock in Rio Festival, in Brazil.