Festicket has distributed another study looking at the effect of coronavirus on music events.
With over 33% of the world as of now in some type of lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, the music events industry has suffered a tremendous hit.
But what will happen when the lockdown will end? Festicket studied more than 110,000 people from nations: UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands to discover how ready they feel about coming back to music events.
Close to 70% said they'd they would be ready for going to a a weekend-long festival. Besides, 59.5% of festival goers said they would feel certain going to both residential and global music festivals one year from now.
When they asked about 2021, it appears that most party goers are certain that 2021's season will be unaffected, with over 75% saying they'd feel sure buying tickets for 2021 within the following two months.
34 percent said they would spend between €250 to €500 on a festival including trip, and 24 percent said they will spend more than €500.
Also, people do anticipate that music events should present various health and safety measures such us setting up hand disinfecting stations, working at a decreased limit, and offering free cancellation on tickets.
The free cancellation of music events stays a key concern be that as it may, and more than 82 percent of festival goers said that there must be an ability to cancel a ticket.
Meanwhile people are watching live streams more than 60% of those they'd watched one. 58% said they are ready to pay to watch a live stream.