(PRESS RELEASE)_Delray Beach, FL – September 9, 2020) Now that Palm Beach County has officially moved into Phase 2, allowing indoor playhouses to reopen at 33 percent capacity, Arts Garage is bringing live musical performance back to Delray Beach.
Originally planned for its popular Music At Home: Live From Arts Garage, a livestream virtual concert series that launched last month, this Saturday’s offering of room-rocking soul, funk and fusion can now be enjoyed live in person or online this Saturday, September 12, at 7 pm.
Up Close & Personal With CECE TENEAL
Cece Teneal & Soul Kamotion has been captivating the globe with original, live music for more than 16 years. Their blend of blues, soul and roots music uplifts and inspires audiences with messages of hope, love and the belief that anything is possible. They pride themselves on providing incredible live music experiences that transcend cultural and generational barriers. It has been described as “a captivating, energetic and entertaining blend of songs that catapult you to a place where you just can’t hold back. It’s funky and fun, addressing all stages of love and living our true life.”
+ Live in Person: $150 per table
+ Live Online: $25
The Live Concert Experience at Arts Garage
For the in-person concert, Arts Garage is selling tables of 2, 4 and 6 that will be placed six feet apart. Concessions will be served table-side or chair-side, and—to reduce crowded common spaces—there will be no intermission.
Additional health and safety precautions have been implemented. For example, all Arts Garage staff and volunteers have been trained on safety and sanitation practices by management, with mandatory temperature checks at the start of each shift. Face masks are required.
Requirements for Patrons
+ All tickets must be purchased in advance by phone (561.450.6357) or online (www.artsgarage.org).
+ Please bring the printed or electronic tickets to encourage touchless entry.
+ Wear a face mask when entering Arts Garage.
+ Maintain six feet of separation before, during and while leaving the concert.
+ Immediately take seats after arriving to avoid gathering in the gallery.
“Arts Garage is doing everything we can to keep our concert goers safe, and we ask music fans to do the same,” says Marjorie Waldo, the venue’s President & CEO. “In particular, we ask people to please stay home and view the concert online if they have any symptoms, including fever, that may be indicative of coronavirus.”
“But we are thrilled to be open for live concerts again,” she adds. “We refuse to let this virus stop the truly transformative power of music and art from giving us joy and hope, and help to heal all that is broken. If ever there has been a time for healing, it’s right now. So let the live music begin… again!”
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