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Ontario Concert Will Take Place This Month With 100 People

One Ontario concert will let residents finally enjoy some live music this month. 

The event, called The Long Road Back, is set to take place in Ottawa's Landsdowne Park on March 27.

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The concert's capacity is limited to 100 people and those attending will be required to get a rapid test at Shoppers Drug Mart. 

According to the event's website, individuals will be put through a "rapid antigen screening program" 48 hours before the show.

It's also worth noting that concert-goers will be required to physically distance themselves and wear a mask during the show.

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