Live concert taking place at Seattle's Museum of Flight this weekend

Mar 22 2021, 1:00 pm

After a year without live music, Safe and Sound Seattle is bringing in-person concerts back to the city.

On March 28, the Aviation Pavilion at the Museum of Flight will be home to a rock concert featuring Payge Turner and The Black Tones.

 

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Fans will be seated in physically distanced pods of two to four people under the covered pavilion. Each pod will be spaced among the museum’s display planes while remaining 8 feet apart and 20 feet from the stage.

Those coming to the show will have to undergo a health screening and temperature check before entering. Volunteer staff will continuously monitor the crowd to ensure that masks are being worn. No outside food or beverages will be permitted, and there will be no concession available inside — to encourage people to keep their masks on at all times.

Ticket pricing ranges from $80 to $160 per pod, equating to around $40 per person.

Sadly, because attendance had been capped at 150 people, tickets have already sold out.

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