Folk singer, Heino, recently performed a concert in the Dutch village of Heino, which was a long-awaited event for the locality that shares his name. The charming village of Heino is located in the province of Overijssel and is part of the municipality of Raalte, with a population of 7,190 inhabitants.
Apart from the concert, the village also boasts several attractions such as the historic Nijenhuis Castle, which is home to an art museum. Additionally, young people flock to the popular Summercamp Heino, located on the outskirts of the village.
Heino expressed his admiration for the beauty and well-maintained condition of the village. He added that the people of Heino were particularly friendly and transparent, likening them to himself.
The concert was attended by over 700 fans from three different generations who enjoyed Heino’s famous hits such as “Rosamunde” and “Blue blots the gentian”. At the end of the show, the crowd demanded an encore, and the folk singer happily obliged.
Heino was so smitten with the village that he decided to perform a concert there every year, even announcing his retirement plan at the event. The people of Heino welcomed the announcement, and it was clear that the concert was a success.
In conclusion, Heino’s concert was a significant milestone for the village that shares his name, and it was evident from the warm reception he received that he had become part of the village’s story.