Will Concerts Come Back?
Whether you’re a musician or a fan of music, you’re most likely waiting for the day live music makes it remarkable return. No matter the guidelines or exact requirements for a live show to happen, we’re all in a sense of purgatory waiting for our favorite experiences to return back to normality.
Although some states are further along than others during their reopening phase, the obvious increase in COVID cases throughout the country is a sign we’ll be back to the early stages of lockdown soon enough.
The pandemic is certainly a dejected reality, but it’ll come to an end eventually. Whether it’s at the start of next year because of the birth of a new vaccine, or a couple of years from now, we’ll meet a sense of reason sooner than later. With this in mind, when will concerts come back?
Last Thing to Open
As we all know, concerts are jammed pack with people and aren’t the best spots for pure cleanliness. Because of this notion, shows are going to be the last thing to open. Obviously, this is a sad reality, but it’s completely understandable.
This is a severe virus, and we’re still unsure when the end of it will happen. Plus, live music is the least of our politician’s concerns right now.
Nonetheless, when this pandemic comes to an end, and everyone morphs back into a sense of comfort, concerts will slowly trickle into an occurrence again.
As a result of shows not happening for the foreseeable future, venues are having a tough time not to close. Venues aren’t exactly goldmines, and it’ll take quite a bit for smaller venues to open when this is all done.
Hopefully, as a music community, we can persuade our government to make sure the small business loans they plan on trickling down reaches the music venues that desperately need it. Otherwise, we’ll see a giant slump of music venues close across the country.
More Recorded Music
One positive we’ll get from the non-existence of live music is the increase in recorded music. Since musicians, bands, and artists don’t have an outlet for their musical creativity besides writing and recording, we’ll get an onslaught of new music late this year and next year.
I guess you can highlight this as a silver lining of the music industry during this pandemic. Still, the visible consequences of the pandemic are undeniable. It’s just a modest peremptory to highlight during these strange times.
Will Concerts Come Back?
Yes, concerts will eventually make a comeback, and concert-goers are going to be seeking live music. Whether it’s before the year ends or longer than we might realize, they’ll eventually return.
Too many people have a fascination and love for live music, it’s a giant makeup of countless individuals. Not to mention the number of bands, artists, and musicians who perform on a local and national level.
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