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Seattle's first socially-distanced, outdoor concert at Museum of Flight sells out

So, we've got good (and bad) news...

The good news is Seattle's first outdoor, socially-distanced live concert is happening on Sunday, March 28! Yes — LIVE. MUSIC. The bad news? It's sold out. But, this event marks the beginning of live music making its way back to the city, and we hope it's the first of many to come.

This +18 event will feature performances by The Black Tones with special guest Payge Turner at The Museum of Flight. It's being hosted by Safe & Sound Seattle, an organization aiming to help venues host COVID-compliant events in an effort to keep them open.

"Whether you're in the audience, on stage, or working behind the scenes, your safety is always our top priority," Safe & Sound Seattle states on their website. "That's why we're working with state and local guidelines to ensure our concert layouts provide coordinated protocol, plenty of space for monitored social distancing, and ease of access."

Protocols include:

  • Masks required at all times
  • Social-distancing of 8 feet between pods
  • Seating for pods for up to four people
  • Contactless QR code for merchandise and donations
  • Trained staff available to provide direction and merchandise to each pod

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