Country music superstar Travis Tritt is among the many that are thankful that life seems to be slowly moving in the right direction.
While we are still a ways off from getting back to a full “normal,” things appear to be getting better by the day. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on everyday life for well over a year now. The coronavirus, seemingly single-handedly, made the world stand still as normal was taken away from us. Thanks to COVID-19 vaccines, pandemic precautions and extreme patience from the population, the road to recovery is before us. One sign that things are heading in the direction is the return of live music to various venues around the country. Travis Tritt took the outdoor stage in Wabash, Indiana last night (Friday) to a full audience.
As he often does, Travis Tritt took to social media to share some photos and videos from his performance. He says is thrilled to be playing in front of a live audience once again.
“My band and I played for a packed drive-in crowd in Wabash, Indiana, tonight,” Travis Tritt says in the Instagram post. “What a thrill it is to be playing in front of a live audience again!”
Travis Tritt Fans Appreciate Live Performance
Along with his post, he includes seven photos and a brief video of his performance. Several fans at last night’s show reply in the post’s comments section about enjoying Tritt’s show. Many express their thankfulness to the country star for his willingness to put on terrific live performances.
“You killed it!” a Travis Tritt fan says in his reply. “Loved every song and story. Travis is a damn talented artist.”
“It was a great show,” another fan and Instagram user says. “Looking forward to the next time you are in town.”
Travis Tritt is one of many artists who have expressed their joy at the return of live concerts. Playing outdoors made the event safer for the individuals attending the concert. COVID-19 precautions are still encouraged at large gatherings such as this one, though the stricter guidelines are now slowly fading away. Fans at live events are still encouraged to social distance and wear protective face masks if they so desire.
As the tide begins to turn on the deadly pandemic, fans can expect to see more live shows much the same as this one. Travis Tritt, for one, is very excited for the slow returning normal.