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Melodies always find the way out . Against a background of extreme concern about coronavirus, people need a break . Let's not talk about those music fans whose life routine always included live shows . Until not long ago, it was unthought that a virus could slow down the magic that was lit when a guitar started playing . Later, with a pandemic involved, the idea of experiencing those sensations again became inconceivable. He thought he was dead to rock for an indefinite time. However, he never gave up and found momentum from the hand of the Autoreci del Parque .
In response to this irrepressible passion that does not distinguish genres, ages, or borders, it was that from the missionary capital they started the engines . This new proposal allowed you to enjoy watching the bands play from vehicles and with absolute comfort . The initiative came from the General Directorate of Youth of the Municipality of Posadas . Work was also carried out in conjunction with the Government of Misiones Solidarity Assistance Programme (PAS) . The essential requirements were to comply with the safety and hygiene protocols established by the authorities. Under this line, the artists could not be on stage until the moment they made their presentation.
To enter the Knowledge Park, it was mandatory that each occupant of the car generate the electronic passport of the Digital Misiones application. The maximum number allowed per car was four persons in the case of the cohabiting family group; otherwise, three . Once inside, the local staff controlled the temperature of the attendees, who could not descend to the ground of the place. In addition, there was a food and beverage delivery service via WhatsApp. Also, the sound could be captured via FM radio on a frequency that was released in due time.
Since the virus broke out in the world, the question was what would be like to return the gangs to the stage. In this way, the music industry and the artists began to come up with proposals that would fit the new times. Even if we didn't want to believe it, we had already been warned that our practices would not be the same again, not for now . Live shows were the first hit since WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. While it is also known that they will be the last to resume their activities in the day after.
A recognized case was that of Denmark , where musician Mads Langer performed a Drive-In concert or, as we would say in Spanish, autoreci . The event took place on 24 April on the outskirts of the Danish town of Aarhus . It was so that the first show in the world was created with the audience watching everything from their cars. The response was highly favorable and the 500 tickets available were sold out fleeting. Even local workers reported that everything was under control and that the area was cleared in just half an hour.
In this way, the creativity of musicians and event organizers had to spread into areas never before explored . However, there is one certainty that circulates: the return of the recitals will not be simple, nor identical in all countries . This is because different Governments will take the relevant decisions within each given framework. In the meantime, we'll have to get used to it and Missions, like everyone else, wants to keep rocking .
Publication Date: 08/09/2020
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