Concerts in Spain: security measures

The spanish promoter, Dr.Music, has issued a statement about the security measures that will be in place for the shows in Spain. Please read it all:


In relation to the Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band concert at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu this coming Saturday 21st May; Doctor Music informs you that, in accordance with the current level of anti-terrorism alert, all necessary measures are being taken to assure the safety and smooth running of the event. As such, we ask the attending public for their collaboration in guaranteeing the ease of access into the Estadio Bernabéu.

The stadium gates will open at 6pm. With the aim of avoiding excessively long queues, we ask that the public allow sufficient time prior to the concert to aid the smooth flow into the Estadio Bernabéu. This is expected to be somewhat slow owing to the exhaustive controls set up at the stadium access points.

To access the stadium area it is absolutely fundamental that tickets are shown.

We remind concert goers that there is no entry to the stadium with the following articles:

– Cans, bottles or glass containers.
– Plastic bottles of more than 50cl. Lids must be removed.
– Soft drinks and sodas, beer or any alcoholic beverage.
– Rucksacks, helmets, umbrellas, sticks/poles and banners.
– Weapons, knives, scissors or any sharp objects

It is also prohibited to enter the stadium with professional audio or visual recording equipment, laser pointers and any food or drink not required for reasons of personal health.

We also have to advise concert goers that there will be no locker or storage service on offer.

The organisation is grateful for the collaboration and understanding of the attending public in the face of these necessary measures put in place for the security and safety of all.