Is concert season coming back? Rumor has it, the first show since the coronavirus pandemic hit has been announced in central New York.

Lee Brice will perform at Kegs Canalside in Jordan, New York on Friday, July 23rd. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 12th at 10:00 a.m. as part of the Outdoor Summer Stage.

The Kegs website hasn't listed the concert yet but it is on Lee Brice's website. Tickets cost $35 in advance and doors will open at 6:00 p.m..

Guests will have to follow all New York state COVID protocols for outdoor gatherings but at least it looks like there's light at the end of the tunnel for concerts in central New York.

Will more concerts be announced soon? Dr. Anthony Fauci predicts concerts and other live venues may be able to safely reopen some time during the fall of 2021.

SPAC could have concerts back before the fall. Officials said they are 100% confident they will have fans in attendance for shows this summer. How it'll work is a different story. Several options are being looked at to control venue capacity and density.

Eric Chuch just announced he was working on a North American tour. "We're waiting for the right timing to officially announce all the details, but I want you to know that a tour is coming, and we are very excited to play new music for our old friends."

Who's ready for live music?

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