How To Pull Off a Massive Socially Distant Concert

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Unity Arena, a socially-distanced outdoor concert space with a 2,500-person capacity, has opened up in northern England.

Unity Arena, a socially-distanced outdoor concert space with a 2,500-person capacity, has opened up in northern England. (Here’s what it looks like.) It’s hosted four massive shows so far with over 20 more planned or in the works. Steve Davis, Director and Promoter at SSD Concerts, which is operating Unity Arena, talks about what the arena looks like and how it functions while keeping people safe amid a pandemic.

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