We've tried drive-in shows, socially distanced shows, and even virtual shows. But now, the could this be the future of live shows during a pandemic?
The Flaming Lips hosted the first ever "bubble concert" and it could very well be the greatest thing I have ever seen!
Look, we all want to get back to normal life and going to shows, but who knows when that will even be? THIS could be the answer we are looking for!
According to Loudwire:
The ingenious idea may not be the future of the concert industry, but it allowed fans to experience live music after seven months of venue closures around the globe. The Flaming Lips show was held in Oklahoma City at the Criterion, which can usually hold 4,000 fans, and also served as a music video shoot. The band played a dance remix of “Assassins of Youth” as well as “Brother Eye” from their new albumAmerican Head, two times each.
More HERE and check out the video posted by The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne below!