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I saw you added this show for February 1994 for Jamiroquai. Where did you find this show? I have searched for this show and I could not find any info about them taking part in this show at all. Care to share the source of this show? It's helpful if you provide a link to the source of shows when adding new setlists.

Again you made a mess by not linking all those four Canzonissima festivals
You already have been told several times to be more carefull. It's also a lot of work to delete all those festivals and linking them together afterwards and linking them in the first place.

You created six different editions of the same festival on the same day in the same venue.
What's up with that?

You still seem to delete message so nobody can verify what you asked or if it has been done. If it has been done incorrectly based on your post nobody can judge if this was done on your wrong assumptions. So please refrain from deleting posts on the forums.

Done. : )

O.K., I will take care of the festival name later today, as it doesn't seem simple issue about festival name.

Hi, Thanks for sharing the source.
For all users, I hope you will add Wikipedia one to each setlist from the next time.
It turned much easier to add same source, than what it was used to be. : )

Hello Savonarolla,
I really appreciate your posts relating Tokyo International Popular Song Festival 1970 -1989.
Why don’t you share your source for these?

Sorry i don't understand wich songs are you refering to?

From the google translation I understand he walked six kilometers. This could be from his home to the theater.
The nearest former mines to Hasselt are all more than 10 kilometers away

You must know setlist uses the local languages for venues. In the Italian article they translated the local name, which you translated into a German version. I have asked local authorities about a Sporthal in the 60s. They don't know anything about such a venue.
And it was full of coalmines in the 60s in the province of Limburg, but not in Hasselt. So it's not even in the city of Hasselt. See - Beringen, Zolder, Genk, Maasmechelen

Did you notice that for several months under every edit comment box, there's a line asking you to justify your edit or upload?
Prepare yourself.

So you wanted me to search all your Sporthalle Hasselt edits to find the source
Again, I have already answered

You created all these at a venue which didn't exist. I've contacted local authorities and no such venue ever existed. So where are your sources to create these?

Since these still have to take place you NEED to use the main artist, list the others as @With in the correct order. Otherwise these will be deleted. Okay?

Where is the source for both
especially older setlists need a source. When using an Unknown Venue these certainly may be considered fake.

Can you tell me a reason why you changed this 5 times ?
First you create the setlist, then add a song, then delete the song, then change the artist, then add a song. All this without listing any source.
All the others were also created without any source and have a song added without any source.

Citing you
.....and also.....
orchestra not only accompanies the singers, but also plays acronyms, intervals, medley, deadlifts, snippets, etc which are often untitled or have unknown titles.
This means it's the main artist :)

In the meantime I received 7 messages from you on my profile page, only three are visible. This is really not amusing you know.