We’ve had two great Saturday nights at the Palladium as we continue with our very limited October reopening.
The final October show is this Saturday, Oct. 17, at 8 p.m. Perennial Palladium favorites Nate Najar and Phill Fest will trade licks on their acoustic guitars, in a show our audiences love called Bossa Nova Guitars. Bassist Joe Porter and drummer Jean Bolduc round out the band.
As with our earlier shows, tickets are very limited for Bossa Nova Guitars. We are essentially presenting Side Door shows in our main hall. We have capped ticket sales at 181 in the 831-seat room so we can provide six feet of social distancing.
As a reminder, the Palladium is following all local, state and CDC guidlines to keep our staff, our artists and most importantly, our ticket buyers safe as we bring some live entertainment back into our lives. Our theater is sanitized before the performance and we have installed special CDC recommended filters on our air conditioning systems. Shows will run 90 minutes with no intermission to avoid lines in the lobby. We encourage audience members to buy with the group they want to sit with. Singles, couples or larger groups will be seated with six feet of space around them in all directions.
Safety, along with great music, is our priority as we reopen the theater.
Audiences must feel like we are living up to those promises. They are buying tickets and enjoying shows. I’m very encouraged that Bossa Nova Guitars will likely to be sold out by showtime. So get your tickets now!