Live Nation has announced they will require COVID-19 vaccines beginning in October.
They said in a statement, “Vaccines are going to be your ticket back to shows, and as of October 4th, we will be following the model we developed for Lollapalooza and requiring this for artists, fans, and employees at Live Nation venues and festivals everywhere possible in the US.” This rule will be in effect “where permitted by law,” they added. Employees will also have to be vaccinated.
How will this impact Charlotte concertgoers?
Notable acts slated to perform in Charlotte after October 4th include The Jonas Brothers Oct 12th (PNC Music Pavilion), Zac Brown Band Oct 16th (PNC Music Pavilion), Machine Gun Kelly Oct 27th (Charlotte Metro Credit Union) and Florida Georgia Line Oct 22nd (PNC Music Pavilion). Plan ahead and get vaccinated if you want to attend these shows! Check the N.C. Vaccine Finder to find a vaccination site near you and learn more about $100 incentives they are offering.
Listen to MIX107.9 for updates on live shows and chances to score some tickets! What concert do you plan on attending next?
- Selena Gomez Is Off The Market
- Forest Whitaker’s Ex-Wife Keisha Whitaker Dead At 51
- Kelly Clarkson Debates Shower Etiquette with Kenan Thompson, Admitting She Pees In The Shower
- Actress Andrea Fay Friedman Has Died
- Taylor Swift Breaks Silence About Boyfriend
- Lenny Kravitz Shares His True Feeling About Channing Tatum
- Taylor Swift Is TIME’s 2023 Person of the Year
- Legendary TV Producer Norman Lear Dies At 101
- Taylor Swift joins Beyonce And Oprah Winfrey In Forbes
- Pamela Anderson Shows Off Her Natural Glow
6 Signs of a Swinger House
These Annoying Songs Are Sure To Get Stuck In Your Head
Mix “Feel-Good” Thanksgiving Weekend
Amy Robach, TJ Holmes Explain ABC, GMA Exit on New Podcast
Taylor Swift Breaks Silence About Boyfriend
Jelly Roll's Wife Addresses Rumor About Her & Lainey Wilson
MIX 107.9 ONLINE BOX OFFICE: Register To Win Tickets
Law Enforcement Agencies Warning About New iPhone Update