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Why NYC’s Entertainment Commissioner Sees Reopening Music Venues as a Chance to Rethink a ‘Flawed’ System

“It strengthens the argument that we really need to support our local venues, and for us to represent their needs at the table,” says Anne del Castillo. This week, New York City enters phase three of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, meaning the return of hair and nail salons, basketball courts and more spaces in...

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Here Are All the Livestreams & Virtual Concerts to Watch During the Coronavirus Crisis: Week of June 29

As we head into the Fourth of July holiday weekend, we average folks might be prepping the hot dogs and potato salad for a socially distanced celebration, but some musicians are getting ready for their livestream sets instead. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage around in the United States, leading to a slowing of...

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South Korean Cities Using Tracing Apps to Restart Nightlife: ‘I Think Our Customers Feel Safer’

New infections lead the government to require clubbers to show QR codes on mobile phones at the doors. In early May, health officials in Seoul, South Korea, traced a spike in coronavirus infections to reopened nightclubs in one part of the city. Now, in an effort to help rein in future outbreaks, authorities have begun...

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Live Nation Launching Drive-In Concert Series With Brad Paisley, Nelly, Darius Rucker

“Live From the Drive-In” will take place in amphitheater parking lots in three cities. Tour promoter Live Nation has announced its first-ever drive-in concerts series in the U.S. for July, months after the live music industry has been on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The entertainment company on Monday announced “Live from the Drive-In”...

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Pete Seeger’s Clearwater Sloop Rides Virtual Wave With Streaming Festival, Classes and Activism

The Virtual Great Hudson River Revival: An Epic Stream to Save the River, takes place June 20 with Judy Collins, Peter Yarrow, Tom Chapin and others. The Hudson River sloop Clearwater, launched five decades ago by the folk icon Pete Seeger, has sailed through the storm of the pandemic with plans for a streaming music...

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Katy Perry and Black Eyed Peas Set to Headline Rock the Vote’s Democracy Summer Concert: Exclusive

In an election year like none other, Rock the Vote is kick-starting its Democracy Summer campaign Thursday (June 18) with a two-hour virtual concert co-headlined by Katy Perry and Black Eyed Peas. Co-hosted by actors Logan Browning and Rosario Dawson with Chuck D and Eve, the event will stream live beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5...

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J Balvin Will Go Behind ‘Colores’ in Groundbreaking AR Livestream: Exclusive

“Behind the Colores: The Live Experience,” hits YouTube on June 20. When J Balvin realized he wouldn’t be able to perform the songs from his album Colores — released in the middle of the pandemic — before a live audience, he started to look for livestream options. But not just any livestream. “I thought: What can...

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Music Venues Across the Country Can Reopen, But Is It Worth It?

Concerts are slowly starting again, but they’re looking considerably different in the pandemic and many clubs are unsure whether they’re worth the risks. On May 18, TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas, hosted one of the nation’s first socially-distanced concerts with country rock artist Travis McCready of the band Bishop Gunn. In order to prevent the...

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360WE to Launch Latin Drive-In Concert Series

Ivy Queen Will Be First Artist To Perform As the notion of drive in concerts gains traction nationwide and globally, entertainment company 360 Worldwide Entertainment (360WE) is launching what would be the first series of drive-in Latin shows. “Live Drive-In Safe & Sound Concert” will launch with shows by reggaeton star Ivy Queen, who was...

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Nashville Industry Slowly Emerges From Pandemic Mode With Drive-In Shows and Studio Sessions

Studio bookings, concert postponements, drive-in concerts and a rogue political show: As the nation attempts to reopen following a pandemic-related lockdown, the country industry is struggling to keep the music playing in a marketplace with a hazy immediate future. Nashville’s recording studios, which shut down in March, appear ready to open again. Producer Jon Randall...

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