SARPY COUNTY, Neb. (KMTV) — BELLEVUE, Neb. (KMTV) - Falconwood Park has released updated guidelines for its drive-in concert series after meeting with the health department and sheriff's office.
The park says they will have to keep everyone in their vehicles for the month of May and keep it as a contained drive-in.
People will need to stay inside of their car the entire time. Food and drink service will not be provided. People can being their own snacks.
Alcohol will not be allowed but the park hopes beverage service can resume in June to people sitting outside of their vehicles.
Bathrooms will be closed for general use but available for emergencies in a one in, one out scenario.
One vehicle, two occupants is the minimum ticket you can purchase but coming alone is permitted.
Smoking will not be allowed and events will be cashless.
Gates open at 7 and shows begin an hour later. People are asked not to arrive before 7. After shows end, people will be asked to leave the property promptly.
Visitors will be asked to hold onto their trash during the show and dispose of it in a drive by trash bin on the way out.