Nothing compares to the joy you get from attending concerts and music
festivals. Seeing your favorite performers rocking it on stage is a delight.
Singing with them if you know all their songs is even better. Unfortunately,
concerts and other forms of mass gathering are currently unavailable. Due to
the potential spread of the virus, governments have banned the congregation of
many people in one place. Even sporting events are virtually inexistent right
We have to understand that it’s s impossible to do these things right
now due to local transmissions in various places. We need to allow the experts
to figure out how to fight this virus and control the transmissions.
The problem is that there seems to be no clear end in sight. Even in
places where viral transmissions have been controlled, mass
gatherings are still banned. The worst part is that in countries that
started opening up like South Korea, there was resurgence due to people having
close contacts in pubs. This reality begs the question. Are we ever going to
see concerts again? Is it possible to travel to places and witness a music
The new normal
In the immediate future, there might be some concerts, but only in small
venues. Social distancing will be observed by letting people sit apart. The
number of people allowed inside the venue will also be limited. It means that
concert tickets could be higher to compensate for the lack of
Concerts where people sit and listen might also be the only types of
concerts available soon. Rock concerts where people dance and sing with the
performers might not be possible. Coming close to the artists for photo-ops or
a handshake might not happen too.
The future is unpredictable
As for the possibility of concerts we used to know happening again, it
remains a question. No one can predict if we will ever see those events again.
and treatments for the disease are available, we might have to wait and see
if packed concerts would be allowed. The same applies for venues where people
congregate such as pubs. It might be sad that we have to face this situation,
but we can’t take the risk.
Given what’s happening now, it might be difficult to stay positive.
People die and infections are still happening. Despite these sad realities,
there’s reason to be optimistic. We have been through pandemics and crises over
the years, but we managed to survive. It might seem terrible right now because
we have never seen anything this massive in modern history.
When things get back to where they were, we will see performers back on
stage. You can scream like a real fan again. You can also travel across cities
and countries to watch
music festivals of all sorts. You will also be reunited with other people
who also love these events just like you. It could take a while, but we will
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