After a packed and busy summer, Northlands will be wrapping up its second season with Lee Brice (joined by brother Lewis Brice) on Sunday, August 29 at 6:30pm. The Disco Biscuits will be performing for back-to-back nights next weekend on Friday, August 20 and Saturday, August 21st, both nights at 6:00pm.
“What a season!” said Seth McNally, Executive Director of Northlands. “2021 presented a whole new set of challenges with health and safety guidelines changing almost every day but we did what we set out to do at the beginning of the summer: bring folks back to the true concert experience as safely as possible, and a big credit to our entire team for getting that done.”
Since the start of the season, the venue has been modified to ‘hybrid’ seating. Single ticket general admission is available for all shows. 5-person pods are available for Lee Brice; with 3-person, and 5-person socially-distanced pods are available for purchase for The Disco Biscuits.
As far as 2022, plans are coming together for presenting more live music. “We’re definitely wanting to come back next summer in some form, but what that looks like is wholly contingent upon where the entertainment industry, and local government, is as far as safety protocols, guidelines and mandates,” said McNally. “Not to mention whether national level artists are able to plan viable tours in time. We are in the business of large gatherings, and it's complex to say the least. Our two main goals have always been great music and safety.”
More information, tickets, and guidelines can be found online at www.northlandslive.com. Northlands is produced by M.E. Productions.