Music events could return to Ibiza and Spain in general as soon as June, if the country’s four-phase coronavirus lockdown de-escalation goes according to plan.
On Tuesday (28th April), Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez revealed in a televised press conference that the aim of the gradual relaxation of lockdown is to reach a “new normal” by the end of June, as Mixmag reports.
Music events should be able to return in some capacity in phase two, which should come into effect at the end of May. “Cultural events” will be able to take place at indoor venues, filling a third of their capacity with a maximum of 50 people. Meanwhile, seated outdoor events of up to 400 people will also be able to take place, with social distancing measures being implemented.
In phase three, which should come into place in mid-June, restrictions on bars, theatres, and venues will be relaxed further, though limited capacity policies will still be in place.
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