Travis McCready set to perform first live concert in coronavirus affected world

WION Web Team
New Delhi Published: May 11, 2020, 08:47 PM(IST)

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The organisers claim that the event will be practicing all social distancing norms including having people to wear masks and other things. 

If this goes as per the plans, it would become the first ever concert in the post coronavirus time. Country music star Travis McCready is set for a small concert this week on May 15 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

With tickets being sold by Live Nation’s Ticketmaster, Travis McCready who fronts the band Bishop Gunn might pull the first of its kind concert in the coronavirus affected world. 

The organisers claim that the event will be practicing all social distancing norms including having people to wear masks and other things. 

Interestingly if the concert goes ahead, it will be three days before the Arkansas state government has said it would lift its ban on small gatherings. 

The live music industry has been suffering ever since the coronavirus shut shops of all industries. Online performances have taken up the space of live concerts as people stay inside their homes.

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