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Defected will promote the work of industry pros who have found themselves unemployed due to the pandemic.
REZZ and Grabbitz hit three US cities for the drive-in experience last week.
The organization seeks to support the country's struggling cultural sectors in the wake of COVID-19.
Carnage, Valentino Khan, and more will perform at Boo! Orlando, which is set to take place amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Many shows have been announced for 2021, which is starting to look like the promised land.
The Town of Southhampton will now be unable to approve permits for group gatherings without State approval.
The show has drawn the ire of the dance music community after footage revealed a glaring disregard for social distancing.
In something out of a Black Mirror episode, The Flaming Lips hosted a concert wherein everyone was encapsulated in giant globes.
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They also urged patrons to control their excitement and practice distance methods of greeting, such as jazz hands.
"They’re basically saying we don’t exist."
No more than 10 people are allowed to congregate in public places and gatherings of over 1,000 people have been banned.
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The joint statement was shared by the @watchdogs.nl Instagram account.
"This is the only viable—and approved by local governments—solution from a safety perspective to reopen events."