Concerts

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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Moshing and Crowd Surfing Banned Under New Concert Safety Guidelines

While concerts will be different in the near future, fans hoping to hop in a mosh pit or crowd surf to the front row once venues open back up are in for a disappointmoint.
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Billy Joel in Baltimore

Billy Joel performed the first concert ever to be held at Oriole Park at Camden Yards- July 26, 2019! (Photo credit: Deja Green, HFS)
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Summer Concerts We're Looking Forward To in the DMV

Third Eye Blind & Jimmy Eat World July 1, 7:00 p.m. Merriweather Post Pavilion $29.50 - $79.50 Better Than Ezra July 12, 8:00 p.m. Baltimore Soundstage $30 Yeasayer July 12, 8:00 p.m. 9:30 club $30 Sad Summer Festival: The Maine, Mayday Parade & State Champs July 12, 1:30 p.m. Pier Six...
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Want to Live Longer? See More Concerts, Science Says

Science says the more shows the merrier.
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Living Longer Through Live Music: Concerts Are Good For Your Health

The next time someone complains about the amount of money you eagerly spend on concert tickets to see your favorite artists, just remind them that you’re investing in your health. A new study has revealed a direct link between regular concert attendance and a longer life expectancy. The study,...
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