The Chainsmokers Are Under Fire for Performing at a Packed Concert in the Hamptons
Published Jul 27, 2020EDM-lite brozers the Chainsmokers continue to simultaneously thrive and make everyone mad. The duo — who recently wrote a song about listening to Beach House, were covered by Switchfoot, collaborated with Blink-182 and started development on both a TV show and movie based on their songs — are now being scolded for hosting a socially undistanced show in the Hamptons.
The duo brought their incredibly gentle dance pop to the Hamptons for a "drive-in" concert over the weekend. The goal was to keep the crowd socially distanced throughout the 100-acre venue. There was also free face masks and hand sanitizer, with temperatures tested at the entrance.
That said, videos from the event look exactly like a Chainsmokers show pre-COVID. There are very few masks being worn, and no one's in their car or socially distancing.
The Chainsmokers had a "Drive-in" concert in the Hamptons last night...looks like social distancing was strongly enforced 🤦🏻♂️....when NY gets the inevitable spike just blame these rich selfish white people— Icculus The Brave (@FirenzeMike) July 26, 2020
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chainsmokers.— internet overlord (@nappyisCRACKED) July 26, 2020
in the hamptons.
this happend last night 🥺 pic.twitter.com/FjEh4hokSx