It was announced today by entertainment company, Live Nation, that full vaccination or negative tests will be required for concert-goers and artists to attend a show to take effect on October 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:

The Oct. 4 date is meant to coincide with the start of the indoor concert season.

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