All I can figure is that people have a lot of pent up energy (and frustration) with 2020 and are ready to let loose. I had my first wedding of 2020 in August. I've done three more weddings since then. All of them have been super high energy and successful, imo. My Oct 3rd wedding was 7-1/2 hours long! Here in the south, that is unheard of. It about killed me. It was a hour away. Two separate sound systems - one for the ceremony and the other for the reception. They also opted for my big lighting system - totems, movers, facade and uplights. I was onsite for 12 hours. I was literally playing the last song of the night at midnight, when they came up and asked me to stay another hour! With my biggest fake smile, I said "Sure!" Lord, I wanted it to end then. But I'm glad we kept going. The last hour was the best. Nobody left when it was over at 1am. They brought out a boom box and kept going! I don't know how they had the energy. Last Saturday's wedding (Oct 10th), we were dealing with Hurricane Delta outdoors under a pavilion. I thought for sure this was going to be a dud. NOPE!! We partied like it was 1999! Great crowd. Everyone was so in to it! I hope my wedding this weekend will be like these others. I have no reason to think they will not. As you may know, I take a LOT of candid photo shots at my gigs. Here's a link to the picture page on my website if you want to see what I'm talking about. Enjoy!