To mark the occasion, the popular park is donating the profit from the 26 July ticket sales, in full, to charity
“Since the beginning of the crisis, solidarity has continued. Although we are also badly affected by it, it seems natural to us to realise that others suffer even more than we do. When we offer our visitors entertainment, it is normal for us to reach those who are struggling,” said a spokesperson.
“That’s why we decided to donate the profit from the 26 July ticket sales in full to the COVID 12-12 campaign. It makes a financial contribution to the action of the seven humanitarian member organisations of Consortium 12-12., which combats the impact of the Covid -19 pandemic on the most vulnerable populations.”