Live Music is Slowly Beginning to Return

Live Music is Slowly Beginning to Return

The Black Tones celebrate the release of their new album “Cornbread and Cobain” at Chop Suey. April 11, 2019.

HOLY SOUNDWAVES BATMAN! It’s LIVE music in Seattle! As many of you know we here at R90 Lighting have been huge proponents of bringing back Live Music in a COVID-19 safe manner. We quarantine, we wear masks, and we practice social distancing. We respect that we are all in a global pandemic and at the same time we have felt for a very long time that there are ways of safely producing live music even within those restrictions. It just took the right team to finally get it to click into place.

We are extremely proud to be partnered with Safe & Sound Seattle, SPC, and the Museum of Flight to help make this dream a reality!

Tickets are finally on sale for the first show featuring The Black Tones and Payge Turner Music March 28th. Come help us make history!

As always, please continue to wear your masks and practice social distancing. While this is a monumental step in the right direction, there is still a long way to go before it’s safe to fully reopen everything. There are thousands upon thousands of live events workers who are still without work and without support. The sooner this is over, the sooner we can all go back to bringing live music back into everyone’s lives! Do your part! Wear your mask!

Stay safe!

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