Coronavirus has a way of bringing creativity out of people, Denmark introduces live concerts without breaking the social distance regulations – it was a drive-in/drive-thru concert attended by hundreds of people at newly constructed venue outside the city of Aarhus.
The event sold 500 tickets in just minutes and went off without a hitch with the help of the police and health officials giving the concert a nod of approval
It was a sold-out live concert as Danish singer-songwriter Mads Langer thrills the audience amid the pandemic ‘fever’.
You gotta drive into the arena and park your car in marked spots to maintain distance. The gig was then streamed to vehicles through the FM radio signals. The high-tech concert also made use f zoom video to get up close with the singer.
Police reports the event was smooth and peaceful and people got out of the venue within 30 minutes.
Langer said the concert is one of a kind – high-tech concert in a critical time – using audio feed broadcast over very limited FM radio frequency into fans’ cars.
This is a numero-uno in a series of acts at the space on the outskirts of the city, with the stage also doubling as a drive-in film theatre on other nights.