I doubt it. Plan on it to get moved to 2021, possibly.
We now have the lowest infection numbers in the US, but I expect a very cautious approach by our Governor. Which will certainly mean no large gatherings. We are currently in Phase 2 reopening and concerts are not permitted until Phase 4.
He could play the parking lots at Jones Beach or Nassau Coliseum a la 1991. Both large enough and fits enough cars.
Wouldn't be the same atmosphere for him or us, but to hear his voice and experience something new, I'd do it!
There was also a NY Times article out this week explaining that Blue was originally scheduled for Broadway, but since B'way theaters are so in demand now, they had to move to the Apollo as Blue could not secure a B'way venue. So a change of plans. Hopefully they have room for a weeks residency...
I'd have to agree about it not being the best place to see him. But at least they do have the video screens if you are far back. I saw him in Forest Hills and for those folks sitting far back there were no video screens, so they basically saw nothing and it is not a small venue (15,000). But if...
There's lots of Ramones history in the area, two murals, Forest Hills High School (Rock & Roll High School), the childhood homes of several members of the band, Thorneycroft Ramp where they used to hang out and get into trouble, and bit further out, Rockaway Beach.
Not necessarily due to "appaling sales", Forest Hills Stadium does this for many shows (including Blondie/Elvis Costello), especially to sell the Upper tier, and for Moz it's the Upper tier only that is available at this price.
Totally agree, I leave politics out of my personal relationships and my music and I'm very thankful for that. Keeps one sane.
I caught all 7 and it was a dream come true to have him on Broadway. The love for him was like no other and he certainly felt it. The final show and last Saturday were...