OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Stages all over the world became empty and silent when the pandemic hit, leaving many missing the experience of a live performance. Next month, those craving a concert are in luck with performances returning to the Holland Performing Arts Center and the Orpheum Theater.
From jazz artists to dancers, there's something for everyone. Omaha Performing Arts has implemented several changes to make sure every audience is safe and socially distanced.
"We've implemented lots of changes here at the Holland,” said Omaha Performing Arts president Joan Squires. “Our HVAC system has been changed so that the air coming in is much safer. We use social distancing, masks and we have a touchless experience.”
Tickets can be purchased online. For those who would rather enjoy performances from the comfort of their own home, most of the concerts will be live-streamed.
Visit ticketomaha.com for more information.