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Future of Music

When will concerts come back? (Survey)

when will concerts come back

For the first time in my career, I actually have no idea when my next performance will be. Covid-19 has made the idea of sitting in a concert hall (with thousands of people) seem like something from the past. What will live music attendance be like after the Covid-19 pandemic? When will concerts come back. No one knows for sure.

It is impossible to predict the future. Nor can we assume how people around the world feel and have been affected by the pandemic. Therefore, I created a survey of 5 questions to access under what conditions most people would be willing to attend a live concert.

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If you love music, I highly encourage you to participate in the poll. Also, share this survey with your family, friends, and colleagues. Thanks.

When will concerts come back?

when will concerts come back

I am not a fortune teller, however I am definitely an optimist. Concerts could begin a lot sooner than a lot people have predicted. Some concert series and festivals have postponed all performances until 2021.

However, a combination of factors may make concerts in late 2020 a reality. Possibly limiting audience sizes, enforce masks, silent hepa filters, etc. are all options.

The real question is, would "safety measures" negatively affect ticket sales? Likely.

At this point, it is predicted that the music industry will lose $9 billion (USD). Without the support from music fans and enthusiasts, the economic state of many arts organizations will be dismal.

So, maybe streaming concerts for a fee could be the solution. Netflix model for live music...

If you have suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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