Devils Backbone Brewery brings back live music with socially distanced concert series in Nelson County

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NELSON COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — For three days straight, Devils Backbone Brewery will be bringing live music back to fans in a safe and responsible manner with an outdoor, socially distanced concert series over the weekend.

The first event starts at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16, at Devils Backbone Basecamp Brewpub and Meadows in Nelson County, featuring Sam Bush Band and special guests, Larry Keel Experience.

Mandolin Orange is set to perform at the basecamp the next two days, along with special guests Dom Flemons and Katy Rhudy on Saturday, Oct. 17, and special guests Joe Pug and Amethyst Kiah on Sunday, Oct. 18.

All three events are scheduled from 1 to 6 p.m.

“The event will feature the premium audio quality and delicious food and beer you’ve come to expect from Devils Backbone, but the layout will be different,” Devils Backbone Brewing Company’s website said.

For example, the outdoor live concert series will have assigned, socially distanced pods; pre-ordered concessions; social distancing reminders; and a mandatory mask policy for anyone outside their viewing pods.

According to a spokesperson for Devils Backbone Brewing Company, for each pod sold, meals will be provided to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. A single concert pod (up to 4 guests) provides 16 meals, while a group pod (up to 10 guests) can provide 40 meals to a local family in need.

For more information on this concert series or to buy tickets, click here.

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