Concerts and music festivals may seem like somewhat of a distant memory. But in some parts of the world, live gigs are slowly making their comeback, Covid-19-style. In recent weeks, several live performances have taken place around the world, with various safe distancing measures in place. Suffice to say, these are concerts like you’ve never seen them before. In place of packed mosh pits are individual platforms. Rather than long queues for drinks, there are personal booths and butlers to serve you drinks. Could this give us a glimpse of what gigs could look like in Singapore in time to come in this new normal? Would you pay for a personal viewing platform to watch, say, JJ Lin? Or attend a drive-in Jay Chou concert, perhaps?
Keep scrolling for a look at socially-distanced concerts around the world: