Amsterdam North Sea Jazz Club asks you to file for bankruptcy
The North Sea Jazz Club in Amsterdam Tuesday morning bankruptcy must request. The club disappears after more than five years from the Westergasfabriek-grounds.
Artists like Gregory Porter and Rita Reys performed there in the last few years and there were still a number of concerts in the calendar. Monday is up to the employees to let us know that the club the doors close, writes The Parool.
The North Sea Jazz Festival, said recently the license agreement. “We have seen a time that it went not well, but they have a chance,” says Jan Willem Luyken, director of the festival at the newspaper. “There were financial problems, but we also had our doubts about the programming. In the beginning we were very enthusiastic about the cooperation, it later became clear that the club does not have an extension of our brand meant.”
A spokesman of the club know that the club want a different name had want to wear, but that that was not allowed by the landlord of the building. “The Westergasfabriek is considered to continue under a different name, as a breach of contract and threatened the rental agreement. It resulted in the shareholders of a for a again.”
In a response to the newspaper, let the director of the Westergasfabriek. Mark de Kruijk, know not to recognize in the story. “The Westergasfabriek attaches to the name North Sea Jazz Club, but where our dispute is primarily about, is that there is a huge rent arrears. I find it very sad that the club disappears, but there is already four months with no rent paid.”