Coronavirus

Bryan Adams to Play for Thousands at Germany's First Large-Scale Concert Since Pandemic

According to Billboard, fans will receive specific time slots for entering and leaving the concert, and will have to submit their personal details while buying tickets, which will be used for contact tracing of infections.
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Metallica's First Show of 2020 Is Coming to a Drive-In Near You

Metallica has announced they will be taking over big screens in the U.S. and Canada for their first live performance of 2020 being filmed by the band’s stellar production crew just for this event, along with a set from guests Three Days Grace.
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Walmart Planning Pop Up Drive-In Theaters In 160 Store Parking Lots

Walmart will be rolling out the red carpet experience for a combined 320 family-friendly showings through October, featuring hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebs, and concessions being delivered right to customer’s cars.
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Irish Pub Bans ‘Sweet Caroline’ Sing-Alongs Due to Health Concerns

An Irish pub in Spain is taking a big step in protecting against coronavirus, banning “Sweet Caroline” from being played, believing sing-alongs could increase the spread of the virus.
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Stevie Nicks Shares Emotional Plea to Wear Masks: 'Please Don't Throw This World Away'

As the United States grapples with the spread of COVID-19, Fleetwood Mac lead singer Stevie Nicks is making a personal plea to her Twitter followers to wear face masks.
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Anthony Fauci Baseball Card Shatters Sales Record for Topps Now

After Dr. Anthony Fauci tossed out a memorable first pitch to open the 2020 MLB season, Topps Now released a baseball card to commemorate the event and it flew off the shelves.
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Does Anyone Remember February? Looking Back at the Pre-Pandemic World

What songs were you pumping? What movies did you hit the theater to see? What will Elon Musk and Grimes name their child? WHO THE HELL IS JOE EXOTIC? All perfectly normal questions in late February/early March 2020…
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New Coronavirus Experiment Aims to See How Virus Can Be Prevented at Large Concerts

Researchers in Germany are recruiting volunteers between the ages of 18 and 50 for a “coronavirus experiment” to attend a concert with singer-songwriter Tim Bendzko on August 22 at an indoor stadium in Leipzig.
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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Stands Up for Teachers: 'America’s Educators Deserve a Plan, Not a Trap'

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, whose mother was a public school teacher, has penned an open letter in The Atlantic, ‘In Defense of Our Teachers,’ to make his case about planning to reopen schools rather than swinging the doors open wide.
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Viral Website Creates '90s Music Festival Lineups With Links To Concert Footage

With the majority of concerts still on hiatus, and more future festivals postponing their upcoming events, it may be a while before fans get to see their favorite artists live.
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