Liverpool news Live gig trial with 5,000 people happening in Sefton Park tonight PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Blossoms will perform in a new music festival as part of the national Events Research Programme
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Iconic indie pop band Blossoms are playing in Liverpool's Sefton Park tonight in front of 5,000 people who won't have to social distance or wear face masks. The beautiful Sefton Park is to play host to a new music festival as part of the national Events Research Programme (ERP). The events research programme (ERP) will be used to provide key scientific data into how events for a range of audiences could be permitted to safely reopen as part of the government's roadmap out of lockdown. Get the top stories straight to you inbox by signing up to one of ourfree newsletters The government's roadmap aims to see all restrictions lifted in a phased plan, which should conclude on June 21. Sefton Park Pilot will take over a small area of the Grade 1 listed historic park on Sunday, May 2 with one of the most popular indie bands of the moment taking to the stage. The line-up includes chart topping band Blossoms, BBC 6 Music-championed The Lathums and Liverpool singer-songwriter Zuzu. Melvin Benn, managing director of Festival Republic, said: "Live music is a must have in my life, and a year without it is a year too long. "The Sefton Park Pilot is the most important event in the Event Research Programme for getting festivals back this year and I’m delighted to play my part. "It’s not about vaccines, it’s not about passports, it’s not about limiting it to a section of society only: it’s about a universal approach to our love of live music for all and demonstrating we can do it safely." Here is everything you need to know about the event: The line-up The Lathums Zuzu Blossoms What time does it start? Doors will open from 4.30pm and as this event is part of a scientific experiment, tickets can only be purchased by Liverpool City Region residents.
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. How much are tickets? Produced by Festival Republic, tickets went on sale from 10am on Sunday, April 18 and cost £29.50. Only one ticket can be purchased per person. Drink and food concessions will be available onsite. Who can attend? In order to be eligible for a ticket for this event you must be: Over 18 Living in the Liverpool City Region and registered to a local GP Healthy and showing no sign of Covid-19 symptoms You cannot attend this event if you: Have been advised that you are clinically vulnerable Are shielding, or someone you live with is shielding Are pregnant Ticketholders will have to take a Lateral Flow Test at a community testing site 24 hours before the event and will have to produce a negative result to gain entry. This test has to be taken at one of the city’s community testing sites located here. As part of the research element of the programme, those attending will be urged to take an at-home PCR test on the day of the event and five days afterwards to ensure any transmission of the virus is properly monitored. This is a non-mandatory but important part of the event research data requested by the scientists. Where is the event taking place? The event is taking place at Sefton Park in Liverpool. A huge black and yellow tent has been erected for the gig.
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