Music can come back to life, not concerts as they once were. The Government, which at the beginning of the pandemic decided to deny the public the possibility of following the most expensive events in person, with a consequent block in the entertainment sector, has established that, starting from the first of June, it is possible to return to staging outdoor concerts. The spectators, who from July 1st will be able to return to follow the concerts indoors, without however exceeding 25% of the maximum capacity and, overall, the five hundred spectators, they cannot exceed a thousand people. This limit also applies to sporting events and competitions.
Participating in a concert, therefore, will be possible. But singing together, crowded in a single choir as it was in the ante-Coronavirus world, will not be allowed. To have access to a live show, it will be necessary to respect the safety distances, using pre-assigned seating. In addition, a green pass certifying the negative outcome of a time or vaccination. The use of the mask. Going back to singing, and doing it together, will not be easy. Most of the singers, in fact, have decided to give up the concerts already scheduled, postponing them to next or next summer. In the event that the show for which a ticket was purchased has been postponed, the purchase will be considered valid for the new date. The spectator, however, can decide to request a refund or a voucher to cover the total amount spent, a hypothesis that will allow him to enjoy the time extension formulated by the Government. The Sostegni decree has extended the term within which to use a voucher eighteen to thirty-six months from issue.