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Why The Absence Of Concerts Is So Keenly Felt

The cost of COVID-19 to the live events industry in Ireland has run into hundreds of millions of ...

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10.19 5 Jan 2021


Why The Absence Of Concerts Is So Keenly Felt


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10.19 5 Jan 2021


The cost of COVID-19 to the live events industry in Ireland has run into hundreds of millions of euro - with no guarantee of a return to normality by the summer. 
Jonathan Healy has been looking at the impact of the pandemic on live music, and why the absence of concerts is so keenly felt

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