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It’s the year for you and live music The transition from being cooped up indoors to attending music festivals again can be daunting to take on. Granted that gatherings and traveling are now part of the norm, this doesn't mean health and safety concerns go straight out the window. Thankfully, open-air events like concerts and music festivals held at open grounds are where you can definitely still enjoy yourself safely. Why not lean into them? If you’re still thinking twice about enjoying this pastime, here’s something to turn that “maybe” into a “yes.” A Place to Take Your Mind Off Things There’s work, there’s play. It’s always good to make time for the latter, whether through a hobby, R&R, or electing to be more adventurous by trying something new. Attending a music festival is an escape from the usual routine and a way to clear your mind when you feel the need to recharge. Research, anyway, has shown that music positively impacts a person’s health, changing their mood, and stimulating their brain.