OK, here we go. Assuming no curveballs thrown at us by the coronavirus, we will be starting up our live, in-person shows again in July.
While we all want to get back to live, in-person music, we need to do it safely. It’s a little like driving down a foggy road. It’s safe to do as long as you watch where you're going, stay on the right side of the double-yellow line, and don’t speed.
We have an obligation to our guests, and to our artists, to take every precaution possible to create a safe environment for live music to resume. When we asked you, back in February, what it would take to make you feel comfortable coming to live shows again, you told us: vaccinations, social distancing and masks (click here for more details).
So, for the foreseeable future, our in-home house concerts will look and feel a bit different ...
We don’t know what the future will bring, but we hope these extra steps will be temporary. And, of course, all of this is subject to public health conditions and guidelines as we get closer to July.
We're still working out a few logistics details, so we're not ready to start accepting reservations yet for summer shows - we just want to let you know what's coming.
And - we’re always happy to hear your comments and feedback. We will, of course, keep you all posted as the post-pandemic “fog” continues to clear.
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