A restaurant in Illinois hosts a concert on their roof.

One activity I really miss during the "Stay Home" order is going to concerts. I love music and seeing it live is the ultimate to me. There have been live shows broadcast on the internet which has been cool, but it's not the same as being there.

As Illinois slowly opens up again, many music venues are trying to figure out the "new" way to do shows. Could this be an option?

According to patch.com,

"A local band brought back a certain sense of normal during a concert held on the roof of the Bridgeview, Illinois restaurant, Mama Luigi's, while listeners enjoyed from their cars parked in the restaurant's back parking lot."

I think that's a great idea. It's like going to the drive-in but with music instead of a movie. People can keep a social distance. Plus, they can get some good food.

I wish someone would try this in Rockford.

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