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U.K. HAS A TEST FOR RETURN OF FANS
4/6/21

The U.K. Government will be putting on live events to test the waters ahead of a possible reopening of venues and nightclubs this summer. Gigs could be back on by the end of June.

The first of nine initial pilots from the Government's science-led Events Research Program will take place 4/16 at the 300-capacity Hot Water Comedy Club in Liverpool; it’s an indoor seated event. Second is the the FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley on 4/18 that will host 4k people seated outdoors. More events ranging from 1k to 8k capacity to follow. The final event in the pilot program is the FA Cup Final at Wembley, which will take place on 5/15 and allow 21k people to watch as outdoor seated spectators.

The program will be used to provide key scientific data and research into how small- and large-scale events could be permitted to safely reopen in line with the Prime Minister's roadmap out of lockdown as part of step 4, commencing no earlier than 6/21.

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