Unless you’ve stumbled upon a discreet ensemble of musicians playing from an open garage in your neighborhood, chances are you haven’t seen a sliver of live music since Seattle went into lockdown a year ago. But with Phase 3 coming into effect on Monday, outdoor events with up to 400 people—including concerts—will soon be permitted.
Enter: Cleared for Takeoff, “Seattle’s first outdoor, socially distant live music concert,” organized by Safe & Sound Seattle and taking place Sunday, March 28, at the Museum of Flight. The headliners are the much-loved local rock duo the Black Tones, composed of twins Eva and Cedric Walker, who we interviewed earlier this year for
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