The image of the planned stage setup for this new concept tour is certainly... intriguing? Teasing? Clarifying?
But I have also seen discussions on social media about the concerts being held in stadiums, as opposed to regular indoor stage venues? I see people talking about food, drink and blankets etc being allowed in venues. Can someone with more information please shed some light?
Personally I would imagine a stadium show being a Woodstock style security nightmare. I mean, Hanson must know what the risks are and be taking measures to avoid them. But why would anyone want to take alcoholic drink into a venue and risk getting thrown out? I've said it before. If I ever get to a show, I would be so scared of being thrown out that I might not even dare to sing.
But if it is a stadium show... I have to ask... and hopefully someone can clear up the confusion...
The only time I was ever part of a stadium production, the music was recorded and the artists "performing" were basically miming to a recording. I understand that sound production etc is easier to do that way, but I can't imagine Hanson doing something like that.
But getting sound to fill a stadium...?
Can anyone help me to understand? I presume there are a lot more fans with more information about the tour setup?