The Danish popstar Bridge should Friday have given a concert in the mall Rødovre Centrum. The concert is now canceled after the government’s call to stop the events, where over 1000 people are gathered.

“It is the government’s decision, and will have to accept that. People’s health and safety must always come first,” says Bridge.

“When it is said, of course it is harder for me as a musician, when I earn most of my money to entertain the people in the larger gatherings, so I hope there will be a track on it, among other things, by taking the steps that are being taken now to close the larger assemblies of people down.”

He points out that it economically can be a challenge for every show that must be cancelled.

“You must hope, that people who entertain larger quantities has saved a little coin together. Let us hope it doesn’t last for long. When all this is said, I respect their decision fully. I thought, however, that it was so widespread.”

the Bridge, which goes by the civil name Kevin Andreasen, even from Rødovre and therefore the cancellation is extra evil, he adds.

Today’s announcement from the prime minister Mette Frederiksen has sent tremors in large parts of the Danish kulturbranche.

Among other things it is stated that the Danish Melodi Grand Prix in the Royal Arena will be held without an audience. The same happens with the P3 Gold, which this year will be held in Aalborg, denmark.