- Around 4,000 people are going to attend the BRIT Music Awards next month in the United Kingdom
- The award ceremony is going to be held on 11th May 2021 at the O2 arena in London, UK
Around 4,000 people of United Kingdom are going to attend the BRIT Music Awards next month, in which the organisers of the pop music honours of the United Kingdom said that, it is going to be the first major indoor music event in the country, which will be having a live audience as the country has been emerging from the corona virus lockdown.
The award ceremony, is going to be held on 11th May 2021 at the O2 arena in London, and it is going to form a part of the Events Research Programme of the government of United Kingdom, which has been looking at whether the major events can be able take place in the closed environments without any social distancing.
This means that, the members of the audience, out of which 2,500 are going to be key workers, who will be getting the tickets, and they also do not have to wear the face masks inside the arena, but they will compulsorily have to provide the proof of a negative lateral flow corona virus test result for entering the venue, and the audience will also have to take a corona virus test after the ceremony gets over and they also have to provide the contact details as a part of the corona virus test and trace system of the United Kingdom.