August 10, 2020
By Eric Englund
The Albert Music Corridor, located at 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Route 532) in Waretown, not long ago began keeping Saturday night outdoor live shows and hopes to proceed into Oct.
Danielle Rozinski, publicity director, claimed the exhibits operate from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and just take location in the hall’s rear parking spot. Admission is $5 ($1 for kids youthful than 12). The lineup for Saturday, Aug. 15, capabilities Cedar Creek Pro Grasstination, Elaine and the Cimarron Sky Band, Grassland and Crabgrass.
Concertgoers can bring their possess chairs, but no coolers or outside the house meals are permitted. There will be a concession stand selling cakes, hot pet dogs, soda and bottled drinking water. Masks must be worn when social distancing is not possible. The concert corridor will be open up for restroom facilities situated by the entrance.
Rozinski explained the initial live performance, on Aug. 1, drew 175 individuals.
“We’ll be carrying out this for as prolonged as the governor’s restrictions are in area,” she mentioned. “Right now, indoor gatherings are limited to 25, so no way can we go in.”
For additional data, take a look at alberthall.org. —E.E.