Tresor Nzengu concerts canceled - changes in Brave Festival programme
The concerts of Tresor Nzengu during the Brave Festival have been canceled. Unfortunately, the situation in Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi had become complicated and Tresor did not obtain the documents enabling him to leave the country.
Replacing Tresor on Brave Festival will be Aeham Ahmad, a Palestinian-Syrian pianist whose performances among the ruins in the Yarmouk camp on the outskirts of Damascus were bringing its inhabitants moments of respite from war. When jihadists burned his piano, he decided to escape to Germany. Recently, he was awarded the Beethoven Prize for efforts to promote intercultural understanding. Aeham will perform during the Brave Festival on July 3 at 6 pm on the Świebodzki Train Station Stage.
Tickets to Tresor Nzengu's performance are valid for the concert of Aeham Ahmad. Tickets can also be returned. Tickets purchased via Ticketpro can be returned through the Ticketpro.pl website (please send your order number to firstname.lastname@example.org, refund will be made within 14 days). Questions regarding refunds can be directed to email@example.com. Tickets purchased in retail outlets such as Empik, MediaMarkt and others can be returned to the place of purchase.
Due to changes in the programme, the pass paths for the whole festival and for the first week are also subject to change: instead of the planned performance of Tresor Nznegu (3th July, 6.00 pm, Świebodzki Train Station Stage) the pass path will include the concert of Aeham Ahmad (3th July, 6.00 pm, Świebodzki Train Station Stage).
The Brave Meetings event with Tresor Nzengu has also been canceled.