Recently Stevie Nicks cited the increase in Cofic cases and wanting to keep everyone safe as the reason why whe cancelled all of her festival dates in the coming months.

Country music legend Garth Brooks has cancelled the remainder of his stadium tour for the same reason. Brooks had only five shows remaining in the tour.

The tickets for the Seattle show never went on sale; however, the concerts in Cincinnati,, Charlotte, Baltimore, Foxborough, and Nashville have all been cancelled.

Brooks hopes that he can soon reschedule the cancelled dates and resume touring.

While some entertainers are cancelling shows, other venues are continuing to put on productions and shows by allowing only vaccinated fans into the venues.

Following in the footsteps of Live Nation, Broadway, Chicago Theatres, the Kennedy Center, and the Ford Theatre; a number of venues in the state of Maine are requiring attendees to show proof of a vaccination or a negative Covid test.

The State Theater, Thompson’s Point, and the Portland House of Music in Portland are among several venues across the state hoping to cut down on the surge of cases by requiring fans to be vaccinated or at least have a negative test before entering the venue. The Opera House at Boothbay Harbor and the Stone Mountain Arts Center in Brownfield are also requiring vaccines to enter.