Duncan Laurence was set to perform at one of Netherlands’ biggest stages Ziggo Dome on March 26th. Today he announced that he is postponing the concert in order to be able to write new music before the big night.
“Music first has always been my motto”
Duncan gave the statement on his social media. He says that he has been so busy touring Europe and promoting his music that time to create new music has been limited. Currently he is in Los Angeles writing music to his album set to be released later this year.
He says that he has to postpone the concert as he needs “a little more time to give you the show you deserve”. The new date is November 17th. You can find tickets for the show here.
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I am in an incredible time in my life right now, where I have the opportunity to write and record with amazing people. Ever since I won Eurovision my life and career have been a rollercoaster ride. With all these new opportunities to tour Europe and promote my music, the time for creating new music became limited. Therefore I have decided to reschedule my @ziggodome show. This is not an easy decision, your devotion and support is why I get to do all of this on this level. And for that I’m incredibly grateful. I hope you understand that I simply need a little more time to give you the show you deserve. I’m currently in Los Angeles to write and record new music, and I will share this with you soon. Music first has always been my motto, and that’s what I'm doing now… putting music first. I hope to see you on Tuesday the 17th of November in Amsterdam. Love, D.
After winning Eurovision Song Contest 2019, Duncan released his follow-up single “Love Don’t Hate It” in October. He toured Europe in November and December.
Will you go see Duncan in Amsterdam? Let us know on social media @ESCXTRA!