I've worked for the past weeks on this infographic about Covid-19 evolution and their influence on public reunions following new public safety standards, most specially on massive reunions, and how the global entertainment business changed their historical habits and logistics trying to regain their pre-pandemic position. Over the past 10 years, the yearly peak of concerts had reached every July.
However, this exact point was reached earlier in 2022 by one month on Saturday 18 Jun, 2022 with 1168 concerts on a single day, it's worth to note this is the highest number in the last 3 years, but not quite reaching pre pandemic numbers. What would happen in the second semester?
I don't know if this numbers are direct result of new covid wave, because I've seen so many new musical festivals each week on this year on all months before June, and I know that correlation is not causation, but I think this was a good graphical exercise to have another picture about how this particular market it's dealing with Covid-19.
Over the past 10 years there are 1 705 361 concerts registered, the lowest point of concerts on a single day was registered on Sunday 24 Dec, 2017 with 35 concerts and the record on a single day was reached on Saturday 13 Jul, 2019 with 1 427 concerts, I think musical festivals are a good indicator for covid-19 advance/recession periods.