White Oak Music Hall, 2915 N. Main St., is resuming live concerts with a socially-distanced GRID concert series. The first show in the lineup is Shakey Graves on Oct. 23-24.
They will be the first live performances at White Oak Music Hall since June, when the venue held one show before having to close down again because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The upcoming concert series will take place on the lawn, which will be sectioned into a “grid” layout. The grids are 7-feet by 7-feet sections spaced 6 feet part, and each can hold up to six guests.
Tickets are not individually sold, rather the ticket is for the whole grid space. Grid prices range from $95-$1,000, depending on where the grid is. The $1,000 grid includes admission for 10 people in the Tier 1, the hilltop.
Every section has a $125 drink minimum, which can be used on beer, spirits, wine and non-alcoholic options.
The next two concerts in the lineup include Major Lazer on Oct. 26 and Robert Earl Keen on Nov. 21.