On top of that, Hingley wants the energy in the room to be right.
“My biggest fear is putting people in a situation where the vibe doesn’t feel right,” he said, adding that telling concertgoers to space out could mean “people don’t feel connected in a room musically.”
Eddie's Attic is among the Atlanta venues that has been forced to close during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: James Zuraw for Eddie's Attic
Eddie’s Attic also wants time to properly plan and promote any upcoming concerts they plan.
“You feel an obligation to a lot of musicians that are dying to get back on the road and you want to give them a place to play,” he said.
Several large concert venues across metro Atlanta said they were still sifting through the new requirements on Friday, and have not released plans to resume holding shows.
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