Bumpin Uglies kicked off the weekend at Baltimore Soundstage on March 19, 2021 and I was fortunate enough to be there enjoying the live music and spacious photo pit. The performance was their first of three sold out shows at Soundstage last week. This was my first time back in the venue since February 2020. Felt so good. It was a much needed dose of socially-distanced live music and concert photography.
Anyway, in this photo flashback we’re taking a glimpse into the world of post-COVID concerts. Continue reading below for more shots of Bumpin Uglies performing for a sold out room of mask-wearing fans in Baltimore, MD. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.
Baltimore Soundstage was operating at about 10% its normal capacity for this show and the audience members were designated their own socially-distanced squares. Everyone in attendance was wearing a mask and appeared to be following all the guidelines. I’m assuming the venue, and most other local venues, will continue operating at a socially-distanced/limited-capacity until sometime later this year.
Be sure to check out the Official Bumpin Uglies Website for music, videos, merch, and news. Stream Bumpin Uglies newest release, The Never Ending Drop, on SoundCloud and one of their newest singles, Roles We Play and/or Loud & Clear, on Spotify. Below are more shots from Bumpin Uglies performance at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD on 3/19/21. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson/Hazy Eye Media.