Thanks to the lifting of the curfew and the drop in the number of Covid-19 cases, the French will be able, like every June 21, to celebrate music until the end of the night.
Even if the Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot has come back on the ban on indoor shows, we should not expect a big stick. Concerts and gatherings must respect the sanitary protocol established by the ministry.
Bars and restaurants will be able to accommodate services provided that the public is seated and masked. A gauge limiting the number of spectators must also be respected to guarantee the best possible respect for barrier gestures.
The health pass will be required to enter places accommodating more than 1,000 people. In addition, with regard to large theaters, they cannot accommodate more than 5,000 spectators at the same time.
Masks for outdoor gatherings
Outside too, concerts will be regulated. Even if the wearing of a mask is no longer required in the streets, it is still compulsory during gatherings and will remain recommended during gatherings.
Prime Minister Jean Castex also warned that wild concerts causing “gatherings on the public highway” will not be accepted. Indeed, in its protocol, the Ministry of Culture specifies that “impromptu concerts by musicians, especially amateurs, on public roads” will not be authorized this year.
The party also at the Élysée
President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday that a concert would be held at the Elysee Palace for the occasion. “I confirm that there will be a concert”, replied the Head of State to a question from a journalist on the sidelines of a trip to the Aisne.
The presidential palace will be no exception since the health constraints imposed for the evening throughout the country will also be part of the game. The Élysée should host electro music concerts with artists such as Jean-Michel Jarre and Cerrone.
Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by www.leprogres.fr.
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