London’s first socially distanced music venue is opening this year
A music venue called One Night Records that will adhere to social distancing guidelines is opening in London in October.
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The website describes the venue as the “world's first Immersive Music venue” and announces a series of shows will take place under the theme “Lockdown Town”.
A spread of styles such a rock & roll, jazz and rhythm and blues will be played, as part of shows that present “an atmospheric reimagining of the music's origins and context, featuring emerging talent performing their original material alongside the classics.
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Groups of four will be allowed, with masks provided upon entry and required to be worn at all times. Dispenser of hand sanitiser will be fixed to each tunnel archway of the venue’s secret location near London Bridge. Food and drink will be on sale but have to be pre-ordered as there is no communal bar area.
The venue opens on October 2 and will run until December 31. Head here for further details.
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