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To Event or Not To That is the question, right?



Over the past few days, we've seen a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases as more states reopen. We've seen the death toll start to rise slowly, but we also see events slowly coming back. Over the weekend, Chase Rice held a concert in Tennessee, at the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary.


https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/music/country-star-chase-rice-says-he-ll-do-next-concert-n1232524


From looking at the videos posted on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter it seems like everyone was enjoying their time "back in the fold," as Eric Fuller would say. From what The Daily Headliner is hearing from people on the ground, they were conducting temperature checks, offering masks and the ability to social distance.


Country star Chris Jansen played a show in Idaho with fans.

https://www.nydailynews.com/snyde/ny-chase-rice-chris-janson-concerts-backlash-20200629-nktkzx2qf5hw7ebu7dlw5fwvx4-story.html


It's human nature to gather and with everyone being locked up for months because of COVID-19, I understand the need for one night to let go of your worries and listen to your favorite artists, but we need to be smart about this. Like everyone else, I would love to see live entertainment come back as quickly as possible, but we might have to wait longer before that's a reality.


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