Not feeling 22

It’s after the holidays, we are currently seeing music venues and Broadway getting canceled, put on hold, or postponed. Which is not a good sign since most of us in entertainment have PTSD from losing our jobs. What is scarier is I know many of my friends and colleagues can’t afford to go through 2020 all over again.

While the world is getting back to normal, it’s also taken its’ setbacks. For example, we have a show coming up, and you need a negative PCR test in order to get back into the United States. However, we are scheduled to go out of the country, so I guess you can say catch 22.

I’m trying to be hopeful about the future when it comes to my job, the entertainment industry, and the world in general. I know people just want to go to a show and not have to worry about getting sick. I know this can’t just “go away”, but I want people to understand, if we don’t take this seriously, we will be in this for a long time.

The End of 2021

Well, it is almost the end of 2021, we made it somehow. I know a lot of people went back out on tour. But there are still a lot of venues being extra cautious of covid-19. What the future will hold who knows. We also have other bigger fish to fry including Astroworld.

Without a doubt, I truly felt that the situation could have been handled better at Astroworld. No lives should ever be lost during a concert. Concerts are suppose to be happy and joyous times. It’s one of the main reasons why I do my job after ten years. I’m lost for words for the devastating events.

With that being said, I hope 2022 is better for everyone. For me personally, while I’m very happy work picked back up. I’m still worried about covid-19, shootings, and large gatherings that can suffocate people. It is my responsibility and duty as someone in industry to look after the concert goers.