What happens to concert venues that can't hold concerts?

Although other high-contact entertainment businesses such as casinos, amusement parks and restaurants have inched back toward normality by setting reopening dates and welcoming small groups of customers, music venues remained in limbo by Friday night. It’s easy to see why: The traditional concert atmosphere of packed auditoriums, open containers and cheers from the audience could turn a single COVID-19 case into an outbreak overnight.

But the extended shutdown leaves concert venue owners and the performers who rely on them without a place to land.