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World Coronavirus: musical tours disrupted again by the curfew

11:50  18 october  2020
11:50  18 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Dans le monde de la musique, les tourneurs subissent eux aussi de plein fouet les conséquences de la pandémie de coronavirus. Depuis sept mois, ils font tout pour s’adapter aux nouvelles consignes sanitaires, mais l’annonce du couvre-feu est un nouveau coup dur. © ALAIN JOCARD / AFP In the world of music, turners are also bearing the brunt of the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. For the past seven months, they have been doing everything to adapt to the new sanitary regulations, but the announcement of the curfew is yet another blow.

Since confinement, the turners go out of their way to maintain concerts, even tours, against wind and tide. For the past seven months, they have had to adapt to each new situation, between red zone, green zone, seated concerts, reduced gauges. But 's announcement of the curfew is yet another blow.

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"Psychologically, it's hard"

For example, the singer Apple still has about twenty concerts planned before December, but seven are in the zone curfew, where the only solution is to be able to play earlier. So Thierry Langlois from Uni T production, its tour operator, still has to negotiate with the cinemas, canceling or postponing some if necessary. "In March, we canceled the spring concerts, in May the festivals, in September, we began to rework all the concerts that were set to adapt them to the new sanitary conditions. And then, the new constraints bring us back to get back to work. Psychologically, it's hard ", he confides at the microphone of Europe 1.

" People must be able to have fun, otherwise they will crack "

Difficult indeed to remain cheerful when the instructions change all the time, even for artists. But for singer Suzane, on tour for another 20 dates, now is not the time to give up: she will be on stage at 7 p.m. in five cities for the next few weeks. "I was in Nancy a few days ago. I said to myself 'there is a beautiful room, there you are, it starts again ...' and then there were the announcements and there, the light, I no longer have it. The goal was to know quickly enough if we were going to play a little earlier. If we have to do that, let's go! We still need people to be able to have fun, because otherwise they will crack, ”she explains.

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Nantes and Saint Lo will welcome Benjamin Biolay next week. His concerts planned in Paris, Lyon and Lille are more compromised. Louis Chedid, he maintains the end of his tour: his concerts are all in cities not affected by the curfew.

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