Five thousand music fans attended a test concert held at a grand summit in Liverpool led by the Blossoms.
Sunday’s mini-festival in Sefton Park in Liverpool was one of the official test events for the government to research how to hold large rallies safely again.
All ticket holders had to take a supervised lateral flow test at one of the four test centers in the city the day before, and were only allowed entry if the test was negative.
They were also strongly encouraged to have more sensitive PCR tests on the day of the show and to do it again five days later, on Friday.
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