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Masks and Temperature Checks: What Concerts Could Look Like Under Event Safety Guidelines

Steven Adelman and Jacob Worek of the Event Safety Alliance have released a 29-page guide outlining recommended guidelines venues follow upon reopening.
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Dave Grohl Writes Essay on Live Music: 'We Will Do It Again, Because We Have To'​

Few people can attest to the power of a live audience quite like Dave Grohl can, and the Foo Fighters frontman does just that in a new essay published by The Atlantic.
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Kurt Cobain’s Guitar From Nirvana’s ‘Unplugged’ Session Goes Up for Auction

The guitar played by Kurt Cobain during Nirvana’s legendary MTV Unplugged concert is being auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills on June 19-20.
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Live Nation Outlines Reopening Of Business Featuring Crowdless Shows and Drive-In Concerts

Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino hosted a call with the company’s investors discussing its first quarter earnings and took on many questions regarding the reopening of business and what that would look like.
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9 Songs For Your Quarantine Barbecue

The Memorial Day barbecue tradition can carry on through quarantine. While we may not be able to gather in large groups, it doesn’t mean you can’t fire up the grill and enjoy the day with those you’ve quarantined with.
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Arkansas to Hold One of America’s First Socially-Distanced Concerts

Bishop Gunn vocalist Travis McCready will be performing one of the nation’s first socially-distanced concerts when he takes the stage at TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The event marks a preview at what the future of live music looks like.
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We Might Be Able to Go to Concerts Soon, If We All Wear Spacesuits to Them

It’s called the “Micrashell,” and has a ventilation system that will protect you from viruses in large crowds, such as at a concert. Also, apparently there is only a top piece, so no need to worry about how you’ll use the bathroom in that thing.
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Missouri to Allow Concerts Starting Today

Missouri plans to start gradually reopening their state on Monday May 4th and part of Gov. Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong” recovery plan is the return of large-scale live events such as concerts and sporting events.
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7 Perfect Songs For Your ‘Drive-By’ Birthday Party

Drive-by birthday parties have become quite the phenomena as folks across the country caravan in their cars and driving by the homes of friends, family, and neighbors to celebrate. Here’s seven songs perfect for a drive-by birthday party.
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Record Store Day Postpones Again, to Be Spread Out Across Three Dates

Due to ongoing concerns surrounding the coronavirus, Record Store Day will now be held over three days on August 29, September 26, and October 24.
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