The cult American group Flaming Lips presented last weekend, at the Criterion Theater in Oklahoma City, a futuristic concert adapted to the time of the pandemic. Both the musicians on the stage and the spectators in the room were isolated in plastic social distancing bubbles, to avoid the risks of contamination with COVID-19, during the musical performance.
According to the members of the Flaming Lips, this formula represents the solution to rediscover the pleasure of gathering in crowds and moving to the sound of our favorite music; question of surviving the health crisis.
For twenty years already, the singer of the formation psychedelic rocker, eccentric Wayne Coyne, has a habit of wandering around in a bubble among the crowd during his shows. However, the group has extended the formula with these shows completely laminated in the United States, the magazine reports Rolling Stone.
After having tested this extraordinary concert at Late Show with Stephen Colbert, last June, then in theaters in Oklahoma, the singer of the group said that the experience was “safer than going to the supermarket” … Tea Times… They are a-changin… sang Bob Dylan.