When George Thorogood and the Destroyers hit the stage Saturday night at the Beaver Dam Amphitheater, there will be COVID-19 safety protocols in place to help protect concertgoers.

Western Kentucky has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases, especially with the delta variant in the past month. Here are the protocols that will be in place for tomorrow night's show.

  • Masks are recommended and encouraged, especially when not in seating areas, such as when in restrooms, concession & beer lines, merch lines, walking through venue, pit area, entry, exit, etc.
  • Unvaccinated guests are encouraged to wear masks at all times.
  • Lower arena guests are required to stay in pods or in the pit area. There will be no gathering in other areas.
  • For lower arena guests who wish to enter the pit area, all drinks must be poured into a plastic cup, which will be provided, and aluminum bottles/cans should be discarded at the entrance to the pit. No exceptions.
  • Upper lawn guests are required to use a social distance of at least 6 feet from other guests.
  • All persons in your group/pod must arrive at the same time.
  • Proof of vaccination or negative test is NOT required at this time.
  • Additionally, Ohio County Healthcare will be on-site offering free COVID-19 vaccinations until 8 p.m.
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Gates at the Beaver Dam Amphitheater for the George Thorogood and The Destroyers, Good to Be Bad Tour: 45 Years of Rock will open at 5:30 pm; the show will start at 7:00 pm.

**IMPORTANT UPDATE** The first 50 people who show up this evening and get a COVID-19 vaccine with OCH before the show will get in FREE***

Be safe this weekend!

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