Spanish rock band Vetusta Morla performs at WiZink Center during a concert Dec. 27. (Getty Images) Spain first in Europe to open clubs, but big venues get little guidance Spain is the first European country to announce an official plan for reviving the country’s cultural industry, and it’s a slow burner in four stages. After an initial preparatory phase that will last until May 11, indoor venues up to 90 capacity will be allowed to host a maximum of 30 people. Open-air events will be allowed to host up to 200 people, as long as they’re seated and ensure that restrictions on distance are kept. Every two weeks, capacities will increase, to 50 people indoors and 400 outdoors from May 25, which is when cinemas, theaters, exhibition halls and other public spaces will open, albeit at one-third of their usual capacity. Their capacity will be increased to 50% come June… Continue Reading Despite Uncertainty, WiZink Center Makes Plans

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