(The Center Square) – The stay-at-home order enacted and extended by Gov. J.B. Pritzker and other governors across the country in an effort to stave off COVID-19 along with concerns over the new coronavirus means no concerts as the outdoor concert season should be getting underway.

Pritzker’s order issued March 21 prohibits “All public and private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household or living unit … any gathering of more than ten people,” and that includes “concert and music halls,” whether indoors or outdoors.

Bill Schnake, CEO of Schnake Sound & Light, does production setups for large concerts and festivals from New Jersey to Florida and Illinois to Nevada, ranging from as small as 500 to as large as 10,000.

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