Lima, May 22 (EFE) .- Peru will promote the holding of a first pilot concert in Lima, outdoors, with limited capacity and biosafety protocols in order to promote the reactivation of the music industry affected by the coronavirus health emergency.
Through a statement, the Ministry of Culture reported this Saturday that it is working to identify a suitable space in the country’s capital to develop the first musical show with the public since the arrival of the covid-19 in March 2020.
This cultural event, still pending to be fixed on the calendar, will feature the participation of various national artists from different musical genres.
The ministry assured that the pilot test will be held outdoors and will comply with the capacity allowed according to the level of alert for the pandemic.
In this context, the head of Culture, Alejandro Neyra, met this week with a group of artists, producers and technicians linked to the national music industry and proposed the development of this activity, which he intends to replicate later in other cities of the country .
The objective, the ministry specified, is “to reactivate the music industry and, at the same time, preserve culture and entertainment, safely.”