CONCERT: There will obviously be no audience in the Boston stadium where the Bruce Springsteen event will take place
Bruce Springsteen will take part in a concert organized in the stadium of Fenway Park, in Boston, his hometown. The show, called Streaming Outta Fenway, will take place on May 29th and will be broadcast live. The rocker will join the Dropkick Murphys, a Celtic punk group also from the city.
The artists have already given confined concerts for the benefit of the fight against the coronavirus and it will be the same with it. According to USA Today , the donations raised will go to local and national organizations such as the Boston Resiliency Fund, Feeding America, Habitat for Humanity and Greater Boston.
Next Friday, May 29th, Fenway Park will be home to the @DropkickMurphys “Streaming Outta Fenway” to raise funds for multiple charities on the local, national, & international level!
— Red Sox (@RedSox) May 18, 2020
It goes without saying that the 38,000 seats in the stadium will remain empty.
A permanent reinvention
Like Bruce Springsteen, many artists compete in imagination to support the fight against the pandemic in an original way. For example, country star Keith Urban gave a concert on the stage of a Tennessee open-air cinema in front of 200 caregivers. And there are countless confined concerts that have taken place in recent weeks, whether it’s One World: Together at Home, the huge party organized by Lady Gaga, or even Reversing! The Concert des Confinés broadcast on France 3 on April 22nd.