New York's Central Park will host a 60,000 capacity concert to mark the return of events to the city.
Big Apple mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement, suggesting a potential date of 21st August was realistic and giving the gig a catchy working title, 'The Official NYC Homecoming Concert in Central Park'.
The June reopening date for clubs in England is reportedly set to be delayed.
Back in February, the UK Government outlined its roadmap for lifting the coronavirus lockdown in line with the ongoing vaccine rollout. It was announced that on 21st June, all restrictions on social contact would be lifted, meaning that nightclubs across the country could open their doors for the first time since the beginning of lockdown in March 2020.
Nightclubs in Spain have been allowed to reopen on a regional basis following a vote by the country's Interterritorial Health Council earlier this week.
Coachella has announced dates for its 2022 festivals, with the beloved event set to run across the weekends of 15th - 17th and 22nd - 24th April next year, at Empire Polo Ground, Indio, California.
EXIT Festival will offer the coronavirus vaccine to international artists and festivalgoers attending the event this summer.
As well as offering 3000 free festival tickets to medical workers, the Serbian festival - which takes place at Novi Sad across 8th-11th July - has made the move ahead of the country's plans to fully re-open on 21st June.
New York venues will be permitted to reopen at full-capacity, provided they are hosting a fully vaccinated audience, according to an announcement by New York City governor Andrew Cuomo.
Large venues including Madison Square Garden have confirmed reopening plans will offer tickets only to those who have received full vaccinations. This currently accounts for 44.6% of all those living in the city. Radio City Music Hall, with a capacity of more than 6,000, intends on doing the same when it reopens on 19th June.
Ibiza expects to be on the UK’s tourism green list from June, Spain's tourism minister has said.
Artists and producers of Indian heritage have come together on a new compilation, raising funds for various charities providing COVID-19 relief throughout the country.
Just 15 COVID-19 cases have been detected from 58,000 attendees of UK trial events, new reports show.
Earlier this year, the UK government announced its Events Research Programme. Throughout April and May, volunteers attended trial events at nightclubs, stadiums, theatres, concerts and other events venues to establish what kind of coronavirus testing regime and safety measures need to be in place before business is resumed.