Charleston Music Hall hosting first show since shutdown Nov. 12


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Charleston Music Hall will reopen its doors on Nov. 12, after eight months of being closed due to COVID-19. 

The Travelin’ Kine will kick things off on Nov. 12. Four other performances are scheduled in November including Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir, Jon Reep and Drivin N Cryin.

Charleston Music Hall is taking precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus and ensure the safety of their guests. 

In addition to limited capacity, staff will ensure social distancing and cleanliness of the facility at all times. Masks will be required until guests are seated.

Doors open 90 minutes before each show. When purchasing a ticket, guests will be required to pick an entry time so they can limit the number of guests coming in at once.

“I am thrilled about our November line up, as we will be working more with local and regional acts as well as producing our own shows until national touring ramps back up in 2021,” said Music Hall director, Charles Carmody. “We are committed to making your concert going experience as safe as possible, as we work to bring music and entertainment back to Charleston.”

Tickets for all five shows can be purchased on the Charleston Music Hall’s website

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