Folk Project Eliminates Live Shows Amid Omicron Concerns
The folk project will start the new year the same as the old one: online.
“Due to the Omicron Wave, The Folk Project is suspending in-person presence and reverting to a fully online program,” the nonprofit music organization said Monday.
the Troubadour The Friday series, which emerged from the COVID-19 lockdown in September 2021 with live concerts for fully vaccinated audiences at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship in Morris Township, goes virtual again. The next show presents (provisionally) John forster with Ken galipeau January 7, 2022, at 7:30 p.m.
And the next Open stage, January 14, will be via Zoom.
Tuesdays streaming will continue in this mode, resuming on January 4, with Korby lenker at 19 ‘o clock.
Canceled: Swingin ‘Tern New Years Dance, with Alexandra Deis-Lauby and the Brooklyn Swing Ensemble in East Hanover.
“Now is not the time to despair or react badly. It’s time to hit the reset button. We all know how to do this. Giving up is not an answer to anything, ”the Folk Project said in a message to the partons.
“Stay away, masked, and tested for your physical health, but stay connected online for your emotional health… online is safe, and that’s the point. When more information leads to some reasonably safe gatherings, The Folk Project community will meet again in person. Hopefully the wait will be short.
The news follows that of Friday warrant mask, of the mayor Tim dougherty, for businesses and locations in Morristown.
Monday, COVID-19 transmission rate in New Jersey was 1.66. Anything above 1.0 indicates the virus is spreading.
More than 1,000 U.S. flights were canceled on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day due to weather and Omicron issues, reported The New York Times.