Festival travel, one of the industry's fast-growing but badly hit sectors from the coronavirus, has a legion of people eager to return - once lockdowns are lifted.
A survey of 110,000 festival-goers from countries such as the U.K., France and Germany found that over eight out of ten (82%) would feel confident attending an event within one to six months of restrictions being relaxed.
Around two-thirds of this group say they would go to a festival within one to three months and 30% would do so immediately.
Single-day events top the list of options but just under 70% say they would go to a weekend event, while 59% would feel confidence attending an international festival if travel routes were opened up to them.
The survey by the Festicket online travel agency found that festival-goers are confident that normal service will resume in 2021, despite heavy social distancing restrictions expecting to be in place in many countries for the foreseeable future.
They do accept that reduced capacities are expected to be put in place by many events, with associated health and safety measures also included.
Most importantly for ticket sellers and organizers of travel to events are concerned, 82% of those responding to the survey say that free cancelation of their bookings would be a key consideration.
With lockdowns and concerns over a second surge of the coronavirus still a real possibility, over half say they would still pay to watch a live stream of a music event.