Some changes are coming to of couple of Maine's favorite concert spots.

With the Delta variant running rampant across the United States, things seem to be headed in the wrong direction, and for the safety of all live music lovers, The State Theatre in Portland, has announced that effective immediately, all concert-goers, and staff who attend, or work shows there, and at the State Theatre concerts at Thompson’s Point, must now show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative test from the past 48 hours, along with a matching photo ID.

You can bring your physical vaccine card or a photo of your card. Children under 12 are not required to do this.

This is especially relevant information because there are several shows coming up at both locations, and this is your heads up before you make the trek out of town to see one. Here are the upcoming concerts:

Tuesday, August 24th-At 7pm, Jason Mraz - "Look For The Good Live!" Summer Tour 2021-Thompson's Point

Wednesday, August 25th-At 6pm-Wilco & Sleater-Kinney-"It's Time Tour"-Thompson's Point

Thursday, August 26th-At 6pm-311-"Live From The Ride Tour"-Thompson's Point

Friday, August 27th-At 7pm-Brandi Carlile-Thompson's Point

Tuesday, August 31st-At 8pm-Melissa Etheridge-State Theatre

Friday, September 3rd-At 7pm-St. Vincent-Thompson's Point

Saturday, September 4th-At 8pm-Kesha w/ Betty Who-State Theatre

Saturday, September 4th-At 4:30pm-Ghostland feat. The Ghost Of Paul Revere-Thompson's Point

Friday, September 17th-At 6pm-Trey Anastasio Band-Thompson's Point

Tuesday, September 21st-At 6pm-Dirty Heads & Sublime with Rome at Thompson's Point

If you need information on this new policy or have questions about refunds, go to

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