How Concert Venues Can Reopen and Coexist with Those Still Choosing to Stay In
As the live entertainment industry roars back from the woes of 2020, fans once again pack into small spaces and create loud, exciting environments. The only problem with this? Noise complaints are on the rise.
Homebodies have become accustomed to quiet evenings, and especially in urban areas, their daily routines and preferences are under pressure.
If concert venues are to stay financially viable, they need to take intentional measures to prevent noise ordinance violations. Becoming notorious in the neighborhood damages public image and ticket sales, while repeat offenses put the venue in jeopardy of being shuttered.
Commercial soundproofing is simpler and more affordable than ever before. With a huge variety of materials in customizable sizes, patterns, and colors, soundproofing no longer dampens the vibe of a space with ugly panels.
In fact, soundproofing measures can double as decorative elements that match the theme of the environment.
To be honest, in 2022, music venues who decide not to invest in high-quality soundproofing are behind the curve. Along with creating a crisper environment for listening and a better performance space for acts, commercial soundproofing keeps the neighbors happy and the authorities away from the doors.
If you’re not sure where to start with your soundproofing project, I’d be happy to point you in the right direction.