Brandon “Taz” Niederauer is the latest notable musician to confirm his return to performing in the era of social distancing at shows.
The young guitarist initially announced last month that his first public performances after what’s been a lengthy break from playing live through the spring and summer will take place at The Jammin’ Java in Vienna, VA on Friday, August 28th, and Wasena Park in Roanoke, VA the following evening on Saturday, August 29th. Unlike last month’s announcement, however, Niederauer confirmed on Wednesday that the August 28th show will now only include one set, rather than two separate sets as initially planned.
“We’re so excited to get back out there and play for you all,” Taz added with Wednesday’s announcement. “We ask everyone who plans to attend to do so responsibly, by following all rules and recommendations for physical distancing and use of face coverings. Stay safe, take care of each other, and we’ll see you soon!”
Niederauer was supposed to perform at southern California’s Ohana Festival next month prior to the event’s cancelation.
Head to Niederauer’s website for more info.
VIENNA, VA! The Jammin’ Java shows will now be one FREE outdoor socially-distanced concert. We’re so excited to get back out there and play for you all🤘https://t.co/kJHub4QGl9 pic.twitter.com/VAgMHvQUuH
— Brandon “Taz” Niederauer (@NiederauerMusic) August 12, 2020