Governor Greg Abbott may be lifting COVID-19 restrictions statewide but some places will be keeping the current COVID-19 practices in place for the near future.

According to the Midland Reporter-Telegram, a press release from the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center stated that the venue will continue its current COVID-19 practices in place till further notice.

The music and entertainment industry is still working out details of how they will conduct business with restrictions being different from state to state across the country, but safety is the issue with many artists and talent agencies requiring venues to require masks and social distancing seating in the venues they perform in.

That is why the Wagner Noel PAC has no plans to change any safety practices at this time and it is also to keep their employees and the citizens of the area that are attending events safe as well.

So for the near future the Wagner Noel will be requiring masks to be worn at all times while in the building, certain seats will be blocked off to ensure social distancing practices, and where lines will be common, social distancing practices will be enforced such as at the ticket and concession counters.

So be prepared if you attend an event at the Wagner Noel anytime in the near future to bring your mask and keep your family or group you are with socially distanced from others in the venue.

We are so close to getting the COVID-19 pandemic behind us with vaccines and safety practices, hopefully in a year we can be back to the way things were before COVID-19 hit.

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