Daily uk news The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Footage from the performance shows people inside 100 inflatable orbs. The event in Oklahoma City Monday was said to be a test run for future concerts.

Daily uk news The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Footage from the performance shows people inside 100 inflatable orbs. The event in Oklahoma City Monday was said to be a test run for future concerts.

Daily uk news  The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com
18 October 2020 - 14:15

Breaking News ! The Flaming Lips have held a socially distanced concert where the band and their fans were encased in individual plastic bubbles for the duration of the show. Footage from the performance shows people inside 100 inflatable orbs; the event was said to be a test run for future concerts amid the coronavirus and formed part of their new music video. More than eight million Americans have tested positive for COVID-19; 219,285 have died.The group, from Oklahoma City, played two songs from their new album American Head at The Criterion, which has a capacity of 3,500, in their hometown on Monday night. Frontman Wayne Coyne shared a clip from the show, writing: 'Yessss!!!' He also  posted pictures to his Instagram page showing the bubbles before they were inflated.  The Flaming Lips have held a socially distanced concert where the band and their fans were encased in individual plastic bubbles for the duration of the show Frontman Wayne Coyne shared a clip from the show, writing: 'Yessss!!!' He also posted pictures to his Instagram page showing the bubbles before they were inflatedHe told CNN: 'I don't think anybody would have thought in the middle of March that this is still going to be going, you know, eight months later. 'I think we all thought this is a month, this is maybe two months, but we're going to get a handle on this.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Zac Efron treats his friends to a private screening of City... Ronnie Wood's VERY eclectic six-bedroom family townhouse in..

. Share this article Share The concept was first unveiled on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in May. Coyne, who has been using his own bubble to crowd surf since 2004, added: 'I like the way this looks, because you can get as excited as you want, you can scream as much as you want, you just can't infect the person next to you, no matter what you forget about, how excited you get. The concept was first unveiled on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in May The group played two songs from their new album American Head at The Criterion 'That barrier is still there, they're protected, and you're protected, that part of it is what we really felt like was the success.''I'm willing to do everything I can, you know, to say, I think we could do this, and this would be absolutely safe.' As for fans of the band, one, Dayzie Smith, told Vice: 'The bubble was so big that it wasn't really claustrophobic at all. It sounded a little distorted or kind of underwater, but not too much but enough to notice.' Coyne, pictured in 2019, has been using his own bubble to crowd surf since 2004In August, more than 2,500 music fans were spread out into hundreds of small fenced-off areas as they watched singer Sam Fender take to the stage, in what is thought to be the world's first socially-distanced concert.The North Shields native performed a home-town gig at Newcastle's Gosforth Park, where a pop-up venue saw fans in groups of up to five watch the concert on 500 separate raised metal platforms.  Read more: The Flaming Lips performed a concert with the band and fans encased in plastic bubbles - CNN DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker'); });

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Daily uk news The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news The future of concerts? Members of The Flaming Lips and fans rock out inside plastic bubbles during bizarre socially distanced show MetiNews.Com


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