MASSES of maskless Brits have packed out a non-socially distanced out of doors music competition in Liverpool.
Some 5,000 excited partygoers arrived at Sefton Park in the present day for the pilot occasion because the UK units its sights on returning to normality with the federal government navigating the nation out of the coronavirus pandemic.
The thought of the nationwide Occasions Analysis Programme is to offer information on how gatherings may be permitted to soundly reopen as restrictions ease.
It’s hoped the occasions will pave the best way for festivals throughout the nation to kick begin once more.
1000’s of buzzing revellers have been pictured this afternoon after lapping up the environment on the pilot – one of many first post-lockdown raves to be held within the UK.
The out of doors gig, which started at 4.30pm in the present day, is being headlined by indie band Blossoms and likewise that includes The Lathums and Liverpool singer-songwriter Zuzu.
These attending don’t have to put on face coverings or social distance, however have been required to take a lateral circulate check 24 hours earlier than the occasion and produce a adverse end result in an effort to launch their e-ticket.
They’re then requested to take one other check 5 days after the occasion and submit the outcomes.
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