An Arkansas venue is promoting a concert drawing more than 200 people next week despite limits the state has placed on large gatherings because of the coronavirusBy ANDREW DeMILLO Associated PressMay 8, 2020, 11:52 PM3 min readLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — An Arkansas venue is promoting a concert drawing more than 200 people next week despite limits the state has placed on large gatherings because of the coronavirus. Singer Travis McCready is scheduled to play at TempleLive in Fort Smith on May 15, three days before theaters, arenas and other indoor entertainment venues are allowed to reopen. Even with the new rules, such venues can’t allow more than 50 people in the audience. On its website for the show, TempleLive lists its safety protocol for the event that includes reducing the facility’s capacity from 1,100 people to 229. The venue, a converted Masonic temple, will also require customers to wear face masks and have their temperature screened at the door, and 6 feet of space will be required between seating groups. The facility will be sanitized before the concert using a fog sprayer and will limit the number of people allowed in restrooms to 10. Mike Brown, a representative for TempleLive,


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