As the pandemic restrictions continue on, there is hope for those of us that enjoy entertainment. This specifically applies to entertainment outside of livestream events. City Winery Atlanta is a venue that patrons of the town would enjoy entertainment as well. There is nothing more exciting that the opportunity to feel the vibe of being in a crowd. People love to soak in the energy of music in the most direct, visceral way.
In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, live music will return to City Winery. In a few weeks, the venue will hold its first concert with a couple of shows. Raul Malo, who fronts The Mavericks, will feature as part of the first concert. The schedule of upcoming shows will feature four performances by Ken Ford, on October 17-18. Also included is a show by Ralph Stanley II & The Clinch Mountain Boys on Nov. 1.
Tickets for all concerts at the City Winery Atlanta will go on sale at noon on September 25. Tickets are available via the City Winery website (VinoFile members can purchase 24 hours earlier.)
Music venues have reopened slowly taking steps to cautiously reopen. This was due to the coronavirus pandemic shut down the music industry over a six month period. A reconfigured seating layout with tables spaced 6 feet is now available at the City Winery.
Guests will have to wear masks when arriving at the venue.
This applies to when they move around the venue room. Also when they have finished their meal and or drinks. When a waiter is attending to the table. All City Winery employees also have to wear maks and gloves. Upon arriving at the venue, all guests will have to take a contactless temperature check. They will also have to answer wellness questions at the same time.
Cameras at the City Winery to livestream shows in cooperation with the Mandolin Platform. It offers various features including full HD video and concert-quality audio. Public and private chats are available. Watch parties and meet and greet experiences are part of the Mandolin Platform as well.
Public safety and ongoing “challenging conditions of the pandemic caused the delay of a return to concerts.”
This pertains most locations including Boston and Philadelphia in the chain. They were first set for July after reopening for takeout food and patio dining in June.
An announcement of an additional schedule of shows at the City Winery will soon come in the next few weeks.