Even some huge festivals such as Tomorrowland and Junction 2 have gone virtual, so whilst people won’t be getting their wellies muddy in a field, they will be able to listen to some great tracks from their own gardens. One of the most ingenious online events was the online club Quarantane, which sold tickets over social media. Clubs goers could access this virtual club with an avatar and even go into virtual toilets, or chat rooms to socialise. Whilst this may seem very strange, there are benefits to live music being conducted in this way. Certainly, it is much more sustainable to run large scale events online and this focuses the experience solely on the music rather than gimmicks. So, although we will be dancing from a social distance, we will all still be virtually connected by our love of the music.
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