Live Nation Venues to Require Vaccine Status, Negative Tests Starting Oct. 4
Upcoming outdoor shows will still go on but plan that when the weather starts getting cooler and shows start moving indoors that proof of full vaccination or a negative test will be required to attend a Live Nation/Waterfront Concerts show.
For Waterfront concerts, this affects the out-of-state venue of Bold Point Rock in Rhode Island, as well.
This change will take effect October 4 and will NOT affect the following shows lined up here in Maine that are planned before the change:
- August 19th, Kiss at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion, Bangor
- August 20th, Thomas Rhett at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion, Bangor
- September 3rd, Brit Floyd at Cross Insurance Center, Bangor
- September 24th, AJR: the OK Orchestra Tour at the Cross Insurance Arena, Portland
- September 25th, Brad Paisley at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion, Bangor
- October 3rd, Primus at the Cross Insurance Arena, Portland
The Oct. 4 date is meant to coincide with the start of the indoor concert season.
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