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Guus Meeuwis will stop Groots with Soft G concerts after next year. This singer announced on the program Khaled and Sofia. “2024 will be the Grand Final,” Moyes said.
Moyes said he wouldn’t stop because he didn’t like concerts anymore. “It’s still a boom time, and then it’s a very good time to say, ‘I want to move on,'” he said on the talk show. “I feel ready for a new challenge.”
By stopping concerts, Moyes says, there is room for new things. The 51-year-old singer explains that he spends a lot of time on shows. “When I came on stage with Groots, I immediately saw things that made me think: This must be even better next year. I’ve been working with Groots all year. And it’s not just me. It’s really team effort. But I needed to share this news now, so I have time to kick the habit myself, when Groots is no longer around.”
Tens of thousands of fans
Concerts at Philips Stadium, started by Guus Meeuwis 17 years ago, garner tens of thousands of fans every year. He writes “Grotes” was also a success outside of Brabant Brabant broadcast. In 2009 there were also concerts at the Abe Lenstra Stadium in Heerenveen, in 2013 a concert by Groots in Curaçao and in 2016 and 2017 Guus held winter concerts at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
In 2020, the planned anniversary edition was pushed back to June 2021 due to corona measures, and because no events were allowed then, the shows were cancelled. In 2022, Meeuwis returns to the stage at the Philips Arena in Eindhoven.
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