Aggie Theatre Reopening For The First Time Since March
When COVID-19 rocked Colorado back in March, Fort Collins' beloved Aggie Theatre was one of the first places to close its doors and they have remained closed ever since.
Although, earlier this week, Colorado matched its record for the most COVID cases in a single day, the Aggie Theatre has announced its reopening.
Music lovers are in for a treat because on Saturday, October 24, live music is making its way back to the Aggie Theater.
According to Westword, electronic duo Break Science will perform for two nights with Wood Belly and Float Like Buffalo scheduled in the next few weeks.
Do you have New Years Eve plans yet? The Aggie Theatre is hosting a New Years Eve and New Years Day event featuring Gasoline Lollipops.
How is this possible amid a global pandemic? The Aggie Theatre is abiding by COVID-19 guidelines and only allowing 100 people per show, as reported by Westword.
Tables for eight or four can be purchased by those 21 and older.
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