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 Burl's Creek Is Hosting So Many Outdoor Concerts This Summer

Festivals, live concerts, and camping will once again liven up Burl's Creek Event Grounds later this month!

The venue announced that their Endless Summer Series will be returning this year with a slew of concerts in tow, with some even presented by Boots and Hearts.

The first event, Classic Rock Tribute Bands, will kick off on July 30 and run until August 1. Tickets for the event will go on sale on July 9, but you can snag a presale ticket on July 8 by subscribing to the venue's newsletter.

An additional four shows have also been announced, featuring artists like Brett Kissel, The Trews, Our Lady Peace and more.

However, Burl's Creek won't be the only place hosting shows this year. The reopening of the famous music venue Massey Hall will follow in November 2021, with over 40 shows already lined up.

What can guests expect at Burl's Creek?

The grounds can host over 70,000 people, but this year, concert attendees will be capped at 5,000 people.

However, if you are a solo festival-goer, you may need to round up three friends to attend.

Tickets will only be sold in "blocks of four," and groups "must arrive together to be seated," according to Burl's Creek Event Grounds.

Regardless of vaccination status, all attendees will be required to wear a mask.

"Mask must be worn whenever moving about the concert area but can be removed while in your seating area," reads the Burl's Creek Event Grounds website.

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