Concerts to Return As Soon as Next Week, With Major Limitations

LIVENATION issued the social distancing plans for concerts and festivals in the new world dealing with COVID-19 worldwide.

At first, experts said there wouldn't be any shows until Fall 2021 at the earliest, but LiveNation has worked out a plan to possibly get your favorite artists in front of you, sooner than you think.

LiveNation plans to cut venue capacity by 80% and placing 2-12 seats in between guests. Also, in some occasions there would be "fan pods," filled with 2-12 people max in field/festival settings. All guests would have to wear masks, have their temperature taken at the door, and there would only be ten people in the restrooms at one time.

They are testing out this option with a show that has not been cancelled, by country star, Travis McCready, who is set to play a show in Arkansas nextFriday, May 15, with all of these aforementioned measures taken.

Would you go to a concert like this?

Read more, on Yahoo Finance.

Last show I went to was the "Big Jam 2" in Chicago during NBA All Star Weekend this year, with DaBaby, Stunna 4 Vegas and more

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