Survey Suggests Concert Audiences Might Be Slow To Return After Coronavirus
While everyone is anxious for things to return to normal after the Coronavirus pandemic has passed, a new survey by Performance Research and Full Circle Research Co., suggests that many concert goers would not buy tickets for awhile after restrictions are lifted.
According to the findings, 47 percent of those surveyed said the thought of attending a concert would “scare me for a long time”. Also, 44 percent of concert goers said they would not attend a concert for “a few months” to “possibly never” after concerts returned to major indoor venues.
The main concerns cited were the cleanliness of food service areas and general proximity to strangers.
On the other hand, 46 percent of respondents said they would now value public events more so than in the past.
The study has a margin of error of 3 percent.