To say we have been disappointed by the cancellation of so many music events is probably an understatement but the thought of summer shows has been giving us hope.

The question is still is up in the air as to when things will begin to get back to normal. There has been a lot of back-and-forth conversation about how our country will begin to get back to business as usual.

It's safe to say things won't ever go back to the way they were but to think about being in a crowd with thousands of people in a venue, it probably would be asking for trouble right now and for the foreseeable future.

In a recent article, I read that it could be another year before we get back to live events like concerts and Coachella-type festivals. As a matter of fact, the article suggests the fall of 2021 is the earliest we could see concerts come back. I refuse to believe that but if it means the safety of human life, I'm here for it.

Why so long? Apparently it won't be safe to attend these events until a vaccine is in mass supply and available for everyone who needs it.

I refuse to believe it will be that long before we could see our favorite artists like Billie Eilish in concert in TD Garden. Or Taylor Swift at Gillette Stadium, like what was supposed to happen this summer. Until then, we can watch Lady Gaga's charity concert.

What do you think? How long before you think we can attend concerts safely?

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