After delaying its outdoor concert series for months, Innsbrook After Hours has canceled its entire season due to restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
“We’ve tried to give you a summer of great music but unfortunately, given the current guidelines and restrictions around the pandemic in Virginia, it isn’t possible for us to provide the level of service and entertainment you have come to expect,” Matthew Creeger, managing producer of EventMakers-USA, which hosts the outdoor concert series, said in a statement.
The outdoor concert series in Glen Allen was hoping to begin hosting concerts in August.
Under current Phase Three guidelines, Innsbrook After Hours said that it could only open at 50% of the venue capacity, which is up to 1,000 people.
“Bands typically are compensated with a guarantee based on their draw. A show with a reduced capacity of 1,000 doesn’t work for the artists we book,” Creeger said earlier this month.