Silence at the venue

Employees at the back entrance of the venue Loppen in Copenhagen. Only a few bands have entered here since March. Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
All concerts were cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID19.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
Rules to prevent the disease to spread are being followed.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
Hand sanitizer and space between the tables. Of the 400 audiences the venue have room for, only 65 are now allowed in order to keep legislations.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
The floors are equipped with tape in order to help visitors keep their distance.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
During the lock down-period, volunteers and activists cleaned and sorted the place.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
If things continue to be quiet, Loppen might redo the band room. Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
Warnings on the floor and a silhouette of the mascot of Loppen. Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
Some of the volunteers have a tatoo of the mascot, demonstrating that working at Loppen is a lifestyle. Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe
Three yellow dots on a red background; the logo for the free town Christiania in Copenhagen, were Loppen is situated.
Photo: Leonis Fischer and Nicoline Noe
The constitution of the free town Christiania. No weapons, violence or hard drugs. On the other hand, the place is known for their legitimation of marijuana.
Photo: Leonie Fischer and Nicoline Noe

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