UK arenas chair 'optimistic' over return of concerts

James Hanley

National Arenas Association (NAA) chair Lucy Noble has told Music Week the live sector is increasingly confident of getting back into action sooner than initially feared.

The Covid-19 pandemic has put shows on ice indefinitely since March, with the most pessimistic projections suggesting a full return could be as far away as autumn 2021.

However, the NAA is submitting a paper to the Department Of Culture, Media & Sport, outlining how concerts could resume without the need for social distancing ...

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