Colorado Raft Concerts Are Now a Thing
Live music venues are still closed (RIP Hodis), so what will we even think of next? The pandemic has canceled and/or postponed all tours for the foreseeable future, but we're not about to let shows go without a fight — or just a bit of out-of-the-box thinking. COVID-19 is no match for Coloradans' ingenuity.
We've seen drive-in movie theaters become venues, and even driveways and yards. Now, rafts. Or, at least that's what RiverWonderGrass is trying out, FOX21 reported.
You get into a raft and you have a guide, and a musician, and you float down the river. Groups are capped at 25 people. Sure, you're not going to get to see your favorite rock band because that would be an electrical hazard for sure, but whatever floats your boat.