The UK’s first major outdoor concert is offering a summary of what is likely to become the norm – small group seats, allowing fans to knock without rolling the COVID-19 dice.
Sam Fender performed for 2,500 people at the Virgin Money Unity Arena in Newcastle on Tuesday night … marking what is believed to be the first entertainment event distanced from the social place since the beginning of the coronavirus restrictions.
Take a look … the organization of the outdoor area includes 500 separate sections for seating with metal barricades, which are for groups of 5 people to participate and watch the show.
Tickets reportedly sold out immediately, and photos and videos from the Fender concert show the crowd cheering and singing together … responsibly from their sections.
This, of course, is in stark contrast to the careless concertgoers in the US packaging countries to see Follow the rice in Tennessee, Shokistët in New York, an EDM party on Lake Ozarks and finally … to Watch Tech N9ne | in Missouri and Smash Mouth at the engine assembly in Sturgis.
Fender concert is the first of many more planned in the coming weeks – From Morrison and Maxim Park performances are coming – and are expected to implement similar COVID precautions.