Concerts [noun]

Definition of Concerts:

musical performance

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Sentence/Example of Concerts:

Wave specializes in creating live, immersive virtual concerts.

Taiwan is now having concerts because they have the public health infrastructure in place to be able to deal with whatever cases they do get.

AstraZeneca, which is developing the vaccine in concert with the University of Oxford, pushed pause on September 8 after a study volunteer in the United Kingdom had a suspected serious reaction.

BTS grossed $170 million last year, ranking it fifth among the world’s top concert draws, just behind Elton John, according to concert trade publication Pollstar.

It’s up to Beaudoin to meet and exceed revenue for concerts, to collect individual contributions and grants, organize special events, and ensure that TWC grows and retains a talented staff.

She oversaw the production of hundreds of concerts and events across the United States and around the world.

Travel and larger events, like live concerts and major sporting events, are sometimes booked several months in advance.

He just finished a month-long concert tour in drive-in venues, which if you missed it, shame on you.

It’s the latest installment of the outdoor summer concert series, following an opening weekend at New Jersey’s Westfield Garden State Plaza that featured five sold-out shows as well as shows in Los Angeles.

The show is part of an experimental live concerts series that has been taking place on the platform during the pandemic.