Concerts

Will concerts require vaccinations or coronavirus tests before returning?

Amid news a coronavirus vaccine will be distributed within the next year, Ticketmaster and Live Nation are mulling potential safety requirements for concert goers which include proof of vaccination, or negative COVID-19 testing.
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German coronavirus concert study offers hope: 'The risk of getting infected is very low'

Could concerts return sooner rather than later and not present an opportunity for a COVID-19 superspreader event? According to findings from a new study, it might be possible.
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5 Seconds of Summer

5 Seconds of Summer: No Shame 2020 Tour
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EDM Waterpark Party Draws Thousands in Wuhan, China

The Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park hosted an outdoor EDM concert offering a stark contrast to the situation the Chinese city found itself in earlier on this year. Organizers of the event restricted capacity to 50% from the normal size of 15,000.
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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga Presents The Chromatica Ball August 19th, 2020 at MetLife Stadium.
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Music Industry Reportedly Considering 'Bubble Festivals' For 2021-2022

With the myriad of health risks related to gatherings of large crowds, music industry officials are now reportedly considering a similar model to professional sports for concerts and festivals in 2021 and 2022.
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Top Live Music Exec Suggests That Concerts Won't Return Until 2022

Geiger said in his opinion concerts won’t return until 2022. Noting that there are probably “20 roadblocks” in the way such as the virus itself, spacing, density, and insurance.
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The Weekend

The Weeknd

The Weeknd The After Hours Tour - Wednesday, July 8th at Barclays Center .
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The Weekend

The Weeknd

The Weeknd The After Hours Tour - Tuesday, July 7th at Prudential Center.
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New Coronavirus Risk Chart Suggests Going to Bars Is as Risky as Going to a Big Concert

The Texas Medical Association has published a chart that breaks down the riskiest and safest activities when it comes to contracting COVID-19.
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