2021 is shaping up to be the year when things start returning back to normal.

With falling cases of coronavirus being reported and a third Covid-19 vaccine being recently approved, more events and activities are being booked.

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Most local events will continue to require face masks and limit attendance numbers to mitigate any further spread of the virus that has demolished the entertainment industry over the past 12 months. But it's a promising sign with concerts, ballgames, and the downtown Farmers' Market all returning in the coming weeks and months.

The latest show booked features comedian Brian Regan at the Paramount Theater on Saturday, March 20. Regan is a 30-year comic veteran and stars in his own Netflix series. He pals around with comics like Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, and Chris Rock.

Shows at the Paramount Theatre are operated by VenuWorks, and the company's "return to live" policy is successfully meeting the needs of current conditions without sacrificing the comfort of its patrons.

It requires face coverings for all ticket holders and Theatre staff. Once guests have reached their seats, they may remove their face covering, but kindly ask that face coverings be worn when visiting concessions stands, restrooms, and while exiting.

The Paramount Theatre has reconfigured its seating charts to allow at least 6 feet of distance between groups while they are in their seats.

 

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