Colombo embraces new normal as people attend drive-in open-air concert
Nearly 600 vehicles attended the drive-in open-air musical concert in Colombo. The concert was a trial of reviving the entertainment industry amid the pandemic, as the industry has suffered huge losses due to the lockdown.
Drive-in is the new trend
Colombo has started organising open-air drive-in musical concerts to beat the boredom of people amid nationwide lockdown.
Domestic airports put to use
The open-air concert was based on drive-in concept, and was organised for the first time at the Ratmalana domestic airport in Colombo.
Colombian singer Bathiya (BNS) performed during this open-air concert.
The event had been organised in line with social distancing rules which prohibit cinemas and other forms of entertainment in enclosed areas or large gatherings.
Policemen spotted with masks
Policemen were spotted wearing facemask while on guard, to protect themselves and others from the coronavirus.
Saving the entertainment industry
The event was a try to save the entertainment industry, which has suffered a huge loss due to the lockdown of COVID-19.
A trial concert
This was a trial concert by the Sri Lankan entertainment industry to see how can the industry reactivate amid the pandemic.
Nearly 600 vehicles attended
There were nearly 600 vehicles in the open-air concert, which became a little challenging for the organisers. All tickets were sold online, and the money collected will be donated to the coronavirus fund of the government.