CHIO Aachen 2021 from 10th-19th September
The later in the year, the better the event: The World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen 2021, is opening its doors from 10th-19th September. The event was originally planned for the end of June.
“Everyone is extremely looking forward to the CHIO Aachen 2021, whereby health and safety are of course priority number one,” commented Frank Kemperman, Chairman of the Managing Board of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV), organisers of the event. Hence, the organisers are overjoyed at succeeding in finding an alternative date in the late summer, “which has now been approved by the FEI so that we can officially confirm it”, states Kemperman.
“The CHIO Aachen 2021 is going to be a top show, just like we are accustomed to with all five disciplines and the best horses and riders,” explained Kemperman. Although the sports-related aspects of the event are crystal clear, the framework conditions are currently uncertain. Kemperman went on to say that it is still not known today, which spectator capacities will be allowed in September. With this in mind, tickets already purchased for the CHIO Aachen 2021 can be exchanged for tickets for the CHIO Aachen 2022. Those who don’t want to have their tickets transferred to 2022, can have their money reimbursed or donate the sum. The respective form and all further information are available online at www.chioaachen.de/en/tickets. All ticket customers will be informed accordingly in the next few days.
“We expect that we will know which spectator capacities are possibly going to be allowed by mid-June,” reported Frank Kemperman. Which is also when the ticket sales for the CHIO Aachen 2021 will begin. Plenty of CHIO Aachen atmosphere, but also all information on the CHIO Aachen, can be found at www.chioaachen.com as well as on the social media platforms of the equestrian sport classic.
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