The country band Midland, known for hits Drinkin’ Problem and Burn Out among others, will be performing at Dr Pepper Ballpark. The socially distant concert will be on October 17th. Gates will open at 6:30 PM and the music is scheduled at start at 8 PM according to the press release. The pre-sale is TODAY for RoughRiders e-mail subscribers until 10 AM on Saturday, September 19th. For access use the code FRISCO2020.
This will be the first of it’s kind at Dr Pepper Ballpark- specifically the socially distant concert. The RoughRiders have set up pods on the field with a 6-foot clear path on all the sides. The pods measure 10 feet by 6 feet.
Everyone attending will be required to wear a face mask. You’ll have to have it on while entering/exiting and also while walking within the park. It is not required when you are sitting in your seat, so you don’t have to wear it the whole time while your singing along to Burn Out.
Drinkin’ Problem and Burn out have been Midland’s biggest hits topping out at # 3.
You can purchase tickets here.
The RoughRiders have issued some additional information on their Facebook page. Be sure to check them out if you purchased tickets.
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