In The Era Of Covid-19, Europeans Embrace The Drive-in Concert

Via With tours and festivals called off due to the current lockdown and social distancing measures, artists in Denmark and Lithuania have been doing something a bit different. In Denmark and Lithuania, they’ve come up with a new way of giving fans a live music fix: the drive-in concert.

Danish singer/songwriter Mads Langer recently sold 500 tickets for a concert on the outskirts of Aarhus – at an outdoor location that was transformed into a drive-in cinema the following day. Langer later posted images from the concert, saying he reunited with his audience, "although they were sitting safely in their cars.”

And in Lithuania, a series of drive-in concerts are being held at the Palūknio airfield close to the country’s capital Vilnius. LRT News reported that several of the country’s best-known artists have been playing, with Giedrė Kilčiauskienė telling the crowd: “It's something unreal. You can’t imagine how it all looks from the stage." Instead of shouting, ‘Show me your hands,’ I feel like saying, ‘Move windscreen wipers left to right.’”

It's certainly possible we'll see many more drive-in concerts across the world as the year moves forward.

Original story: Scott Munro


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