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Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is the nation’s top infectious disease expert, thinks that we may be dusting off our boots and heading back to see some live music by this fall.

The nation’s top infectious disease expert says concerts could make a comeback this year.   He said this can happen if “everything goes right” and coronavirus vaccine distribution allows for 70- to 85-percent of the population to be vaccinated.

Fauci said attendees will most likely have to still wear masks but he thinks events will be at almost full capacity seating.

So…whatcha think?  Will  you return to concerts at full capacity this fall?

So, I guess that isn’t good news for us that were excited to about some shows that were supposed to happen this summer.  Ugh.  Guess we can wait a little longer.

Dr. Anthony Fauci Thinks Concerts Could Return This Fall

Of course, that's assuming "everything goes right" with vaccines We're starting to forget what life was like before concerts were exclusively livestreamed, but that could change this year. After all, the United States' chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci seems pretty optimistic that concerts could return to America this fall as the coronavirus vaccine is distributed across the nation.