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Early December: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our early December survey:

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Mid-November: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. The biggest takeaway from our latest poll? Things are holding steady. Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our mid-November survey:

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Mid-October: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Things are looking up — and the “Looking Forward to Going Out” score just reached a new all-time high! Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our mid-October survey:    

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Early October: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our early October survey, including the answer to a new question: What if venues required proof of vaccination or a negative test result? This requirement actually increases the size of the willing audience by 10%!

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Mid-September: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our mid-September survey, including the answer to a new question: What if venues required proof of vaccination or a negative test result? This requirement actually increases the size of the willing audience by almost 15%!

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Early September: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with a video detailing the latest results from our early September survey, including the answer to a new question: What if venues required proof of vaccination or a negative test result? This requirement actually increases the size of the willing audience by more than 10%!

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Mid-July: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with the latest results from the mid-July survey:

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Mid-April: How Do Goldstar Subscribers Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with the latest results from the mid-April survey:

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How Do Goldstar Subscribers Really Feel About Going to IRL Shows?

Since the shutdown began, we’ve been surveying Goldstar subscribers twice a month to get a glimpse into just how they feel about returning to live entertainment. Here’s Jim with the latest results from the early April survey:

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Goldstar Subscribers’ Return Readiness Score for Mid September

Twice a month, Goldstar is surveying its audience of live entertainment enthusiasts to see how they feel about returning to in-person events. This is interesting. The highlights from mid September below: When asked to “describe your willingness to go out to live events” on a scale of 0-100:  the average response score was 43. For New York respondents specifically, the score was 46.6. If venues followed strict cleaning routines and social distancing policies, that number goes up to 51 out of 100. And a …

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