By overwhelming popular demand, Nashville-based quintet Rainbow Kitten Surprise have announced the addition of a third night to their May 2021 run of live, in-person, socially distanced shows set for May 7, 8, and 9 at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee.
After going on sale this morning, the first two dates sold out within minutes. The genre-defying group is no stranger to sold-out shows and added nights, having completely sold out their 2019 headline tour dates – including a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre that sold out almost instantly. The band’s landmark 2018 Friend, Love, Freefall Tour included 50 sold-out shows, 6 venue upgrades, 3 second nights added, and over 80,000 tickets sold.
For additional information on the shows at The Caverns – including safety precautions being taken by the venue – please see below.
Tickets are available HERE.
In a note to fans this morning announcing the shows, the band shared:
“We are SO very excited to officially announce our first socially distanced show! On May 7th and 8th, come dance your pants off with us at The Caverns in Pelham, TN. There will be pods so hit up your crew, snag your tix, and get ready for a night of LIVE MUSIC!”
The venue is following guidance provided by the CDC and the State of Tennessee’s ‘Tennessee Pledge’ for reopening. Guests will arrive at staggered times, be asked COVID-19 screening questions, receive a temperature check, and enjoy the show from 2-person, 4-person and 6-person socially-distanced pods. Pods are spaced with a minimum of 6’ distance between each other with wide foot paths between pods to maintain social distancing. The seated concerts are “bring your own chair.”
Masks will be mandatory, except when guests are in their pods. All concessions and merchandise will be ordered through an app and delivered contactless to pods eliminating lines and limiting the need for guests to leave pods. While the music plays on above ground, restrooms will be used inside The Caverns to give guests an opportunity to duck below the surface to see the world-famous, subterranean music venue. Restrooms will be continuously cleaned with limited capacity.
“In 2020, we successfully brought back live music in a responsible way with 4 nights of Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit,” says Todd Mayo (owner, The Caverns). “We understand the seriousness of the current situation and have worked hard to plan events with COVID-19 mitigation precautions in place that adhere to the State of Tennessee’s ‘Tennessee Pledge’ based on CDC guidance to reopen responsibly.”