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After Much Delay, the ‘Mr. Trot’ Celebration Concert Will be Held While Following Safety Protocols

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Following the massively popular trot competitions how Mr. Trot, “Tomorrow is Mr. Trot” celebration concert will be held while following safety precautions.

According to representatives for this concert, the “Mr. Trot” concert will begin in Seoul on August 7th. The concert was pushed back four times in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In accordance with the virus outbreak, the district office released multiple guidelines so that concerts and performances can continue. The “Mr. Trot” concert will be held in compliance with all the guidelines.

A representative revealed, “We plan to have 5000 audience members at most. We will follow all changed and modified guidelines. We will do our best to ensure to prevent another outbreak by prioritizing safety.

“We also plan to spread out the time between each performance in order to prevent the audience from moving around at the same time… By limiting the movement of the audience, we will try to hold this concert as safely as possible.”

The representative also said that the performers also know about this new development. “This is news that the performers have been waiting for eagerly.”

He continued, “This is the first major concert held after COVID-19. If this succeeds, then Korean concerts will begin to receive global attention, just like Korea’s effective prevention measures against the virus. We will do our best to prevent the spread of the virus and prioritize health and safety… We hope you look forward to this concert.”

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This two-week concert will begin on August 7th and continue until August 23rd. Five performances will be held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays every week, for a total of fifteen performances. Existing ticket reservations will be canceled due to safety precautions, and the public will have another chance to purchase tickets.

Not only will the TOP7 from Mr. Trot perform, but other contestants will also participate in this concert.

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