New York is planning to resume live events at stadiums and arenas–here’s how

COVID-19 has caused major disruptions to live music. However, there is good news for fans, because concerts might soon be returning to New York. There have already been a number of high profile experiments with large-scale public events. Last May, Arkansas hosted one of the first socially-distanced concerts. Soon after, the U.K. rolled out a […]

Here's what Arkansas' first socially-distant concert actually looks like

Arkansas is finally seeing what a concert looks like in the coronavirus pandemic with the Travis McCready show finally taking place tonight (May 18) after several issues with making it happen. Fans began filing in and are now sharing some photos and videos of their experiences going to the show. Read More: You can thank Matt Good for […]

Arkansas’ first socially-distant gig is canceled but the venue is fighting back

After receiving a cease and desist order from Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson this week, TempleLive is revealing they are canceling the Travis McCready concert scheduled for this Friday (May 15). According to Billboard, the venue held a press conference today revealing the show which was set to be one of the first socially-distant concerts but they may be […]

Arkansas' governor is ordering a stop to the first socially-distant concert

After scheduling the first socially distanced concert since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, country artist Travis McCready is being ordered a cease and desist order by the Arkansas governor. In an email obtained by The New York Times, Governor Asa Hutchinson says they appreciate the venue’s efforts to enforce social distancing but the show is still outside of […]

Arkansas’ socially-distant concert doesn’t actually follow health regulations

Last week, Arkansas made headlines after announcing the state is going to get the ball rolling to bring back live concerts after the coronavirus shutdown. The first show that is set to take place in the state is Travis McCready from country-rock band Bishop Gunn on May 15. However, Arkansas’ governor and the Department of Health Directives […]

Here’s how Arkansas is hosting one of the first socially-distanced concerts

Arkansas is getting the ball rolling on live concerts after a massive event-ban and shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The first to take place will be Travis McCready from country-rock band Bishop Gunn next week on May 15. The date is a bit odd because Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson just announced on Monday that […]