The EDM Duo with singer and graduate of Syracuse University Andrew Taggartperformed in a charity concert in the Hamptons on Saturday. Precautions were in place, including providing temperature checks, face masks and disinfectant for hands, but many fans didn’t seem to stay inside their vehicles or the Parking lot.
On Monday there were pictures and videos was criticized what Covid-19 restrictions were not executed properly in the case to show off where the ticket costs 850 $and$ 25,000. About 2,000 people took part.
New York Department of health announced Monday he sent a letter to the Southampton town supervisor Jay Schneiderman notifying him of an open investigation concert.
“I am deeply concerned about reports of drive-in concert in your city last weekend, which apparently was attended by thousands of people in the immediate vicinity of their cars, VIP area, where there was no pretense of the vehicle, and, in General, not adhering to social distancing guidance,” Commissioner of health Dr. Howard Zucker wrote Schneiderman. “I am perplexed about how the city of Southampton may be issued a permit for such an event as they believed it was legitimate and not an obvious threat to public health.”
Zucker also demanded that Schneiderman answer within 24 hours, letting the health Department know if the city issued a permit and what security measures were planned to ensure public safety.
Tommy famous pop-dance hits like “closer” (feat. Halsey) and “something like that” (feat. Coldplay) has not publicly commented on the incident. Taggart, a graduate of the 2012 music program Bandier su, and visual and performing arts in high school, formed a group with other DJ Alex pall in the same year.
In experience, one of the main organizers of the event, told BuzzFeed news that the guests were ordered not to leave the place for any reason other than in the bathroom. There were also partitions — black Retractable belts — the separation of some parties up to 10 people in “contested pit,” and the guards force people to stay in their areas.
“All social-distancing, and responsibility,” said one of the spectators, a Resident of Southampton Jamie books. “We had a great time and hope to see more such events,” she added.
The representative in the course of experience and told BuzzFeed News that they “cooperate with all state and local health authorities to keep everyone safe.”
According TMZproceeds from the event benefited no kid hungry, Southampton fresh air home, and children’s medical Fund of new York.
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