BULLS German Open 2017 – venue change & closing date 27/03/2017

Dear Dartfriends,

We have important news concerning the BULL’S German Open 2017, held from 07.-09.  in Bochum.

Because of a new fire protection concept – to be respected from the official side – the old venue the “Sporthalle Harpener Heide”, is not longer suitable. It is not longer allowed to have more than 600 visitors at the same time inside the building. As we all know that we’re a crowd of more than 1000 people – thanks for that since years – it was necessary to find an alternative venue. Unfortunately we got that information first in the mid of march, so not only the size of the hall additionally the short termed situation forced us to take what we could get. The city of Bochum helped us a lot and we’re going to make the best out of it. We are going to welcome you at the Castroper Strasse in a correspondingly festive tent.

The new adress is Festplatz Castroper Straße, Max-Greve-Straße 34, 44791 Bochum.

It is only the venue that changed everything else will be as you are accustomed to. So its more a mobile hall with fixed walls and a stable ground than a festive tent.

To give everyone the chance to register for this event we extend the closing date by 27.03.2017.

For more information about the BULL’S German Open 2017 please see the homepage www.bulls-germanopen.de.

Hope to see you at the BULL’S German Open 2017,
Kind regards
Kai Westermeyer

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