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Are you ready for concerts?

Americans are beyond ready to get back to the way things were pre-coronavirus, but many are concerned about what the "new normal" will look like. Travis McCready was one of the first artists to hold a live concert since the outbreak. Fans were mandated to sit six feet apart from one another, to wear masks and to have their temperature taken at the door. While some are beyond excited to get back to experiencing large gatherings like concerts, critics say if there are going to be so many restrictions, it just isn't worth it. Is it too soon for concerts?

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As for the folks who attended the first musical event in months at the Temple Live venue in Arkansas, they say the event space did a good job taking the proper precautions. LaLisa Smiddy attended the concert on May 15 and told The New York Times:

“We’re happy to be here,” Smiddy said. “I’m one of the more paranoid ones out there, and when I saw everything this venue has done, I was ready to come. I think they’ve done an outstanding job.”
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Based on the photos above of the McCready concert, fans say it is obviously too soon to gather for live music events. Critics say having a concert with so many restrictions is a waste of time.

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