COVID-19 Guideline for Toby Keith Concert at the Adirondack Bank Center
Do you have to be vaccinated to see Toby Keith when he comes to town to perform at the Adirondack Bank Center? That's the number one question everyone is asking and we have the answer.
Toby Keith's County Comes to Town tour with Clay Walker will stop at the Adirondack Bank Center on Friday, July 30. But what are the COVID-19 guidelines for the show?
Rick Redmond, Senior Vice President of Facility Operations at the Adirondack Bank Center says they will follow current state guidelines for the concert. "With New York State's latest guidance, the only restriction is that unvaccinated attendees must wear a mask."
There will be a dedicated area for unvaccinated fans. "Although it won’t be that big of an area," said Redmond.
If you are vaccinated, you don't have to wear a mask and Redmond says you don't need to show proof either.
Tickets are moving fast for the 8 PM concert, but you can still get yours at Empiretix.com.
Live Nation had announced concerts at St Joseph's Health Amphitheater in Syracuse, SPAC and Darien Lake would only be open to vaccinated fans. They've since dropped that guideline and will open all concerts to everyone this summer.
The Eli Young Band will finally headline FrogFest 32 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds on September 18, presented by Curtis Lumber. Gates will open at 11:30 AM with live music kicking off at 12:00PM.
WHAT: FrogFest 32
WHEN: September 18
WHERE: Herkimer County Fairgrounds
GATES: 11:30 AM
MUSIC: 12:00 PM
Eli Young Band
$65 - Curtis Lumber VIP tickets include a private cash bar, food, private bathrooms, FrogFest T-Shirt, and special seating.
Kids 10 and under FREE with General Admission (VIP tickets $65)
$28 at the gate