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Passion4Share withdraws from the Hua Hin Jazz Festival  

Passion4Share, the creative agency, has withdrawn from the 2014 Hua Hin Jazz Festival. On the official Hua Hin Jazz Festival facebook page, the organizer informs jazz and music lovers about the withdrawal from the jazz festival. This year’s Hua Hin Jazz Festival sadly is the next victim of cancellation, after a serial of other concert cancellations, including Taylor Swift.

Passion4Share has decided, after a recent government meeting, to withdraw. A lack of confidence in organizing a quality event is the reason. It might be possible that the government plans to stage a minor local one evening event later in the year. No details have been shared.

Some of the Hua Hin hotels and resorts gratefully granted support to the organizer with competitive room rates and other benefits, exclusively booked on online travel agency, EZY-Go. Sadly the local situation declined the common travel interest. Despite the coup is peaceful and life continues as usual, people do not want to take any risks to bring family or groups here. Possible risks are just too high and uncontrollable. Disappointing it is for all the fans planned to attend this unique jazz festival and now must miss this unique experience.

“Customers trust us for the creative, marketing and production services that we deliver. When it comes to the stage where there is not enough confidence, it is better to make a responsible decision. Respectfully we decided to give back the festival to the government, who further decide on its strategy for this year. We hope that we we can work on better circumstances in 2015, says William Kuipers, CEO for the creative agency, Passion4Share. We might look with partners to possibly organize a luxury set up later in the year or transfer them into other events. Any events will be announced on the Passion4Share Facebook page."

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