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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – The Rolling Stones will be at Bank of America Stadium Thursday night in what will be the first concert at the stadium since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like many artists, the legendary group has postponed their 2020 tour dates due to the pandemic, including here in Charlotte. This means that some fans have been waiting for over a year to see the group in person.
As the pandemic continues, safety is a priority, and guests and staff are reminded that they will need to hide in indoor spaces.
Stadium officials also assured the public that they have worked hard to improve the cleaning and also to ensure that they have these hand sanitizing stations on hand as well as that all entrances to the stadium will be made. now via mobile tickets. They also ask everyone to stay home if they are sick.
A reminder for those who want to bring a bag into the stadium, it must be clear.
There will also be numerous road closures in downtown Charlotte due to the concert, so if drivers want to avoid driving through the stadium, drop-off and rideshare pickup is at Third and Church Street in next to Romare Bearden Park.
Early Thursday morning, South Mint Street between Carson Boulevard and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard was already closed.
Several other portions of South Mint Street will close Thursday morning and later in the evening.
As of 9:00 a.m., Graham Street and Stonewall Street will close between MLK Boulevard and Church Street. Then at 5:30 p.m., the westbound Morehead Street lane between South Tryon Street and Interstate 77 will close until midnight.
For those wondering if tickets are still available, a Ticketmaster check Thursday morning showed there were plenty.
The cheapest will cost around $ 78 with fees. For those looking for the best seats, some are listed for over $ 2,300. The doors will open at 5.30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7.30 p.m.
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