Aug 29, 2020 | 08:00 PM - 10:30 PM
The Venue Aurora | 21 S. Broadway | Aurora, IL 60505 | 331.212.8490
Aug 29, 2020
08:00 PM - 10:30 PM
The Venue Aurora
21 S. Broadway
Aurora, IL 60505
For five decades, Heartsfield has been playing and recording some of the best Americana-based Southern/Country/Folk Rock music the nation has heard. One of the pioneers of these genres and having sold millions of records over the years, Heartsfield performs a mix of their classic hits and adds to each show new songs from more recent albums. With the release of Heartsfield’s album, Here I Am and the charted single of the same name, Heartsfield has come full circle. Here I Am was nominated for the Top Album of the year by leading radio station, WXRT of Chicago, IL. The album has also been named Midwest Album of the Year by nwi.com.
This release and the earlier release of Disrupting the Country has continued the creativity shown by Heartsfield over the years. http://heartsfield.com In order to keep everyone safe, we will be adhering to the following protocols: Patrons will NOT be admitted without masks, and may be asked to submit to temperature scanning on arrival. Masks MUST be worn and social distancing observed when not seated at your reserved table. Our seating chart has been modified for a capacity of 50 guests. We will have reserved table seating with two people per table spaced for physical distancing in the area that was previously the Reserved section. We will have a limited number of bar-height seats (10) on the north rail grouped in twos, and bar height tables (6) will be available behind the shorter tables. No Standing. In order to maximize capacity and maintain physical distance, there is a two ticket minimum. If you plan on attending with a friend, purchase your tickets together. Because of our limited capacity, we will be filming during our Live Concerts so that we can continue to Livestream events for those who are unable to attend. This will mean that our camera crew will be moving around in front of the audience, but this should not obstruct your view. Audiences will be asked to refrain from talking during the performances and applaud when appropriate for the enjoyment of all. We hope that by following these simple guidelines that we can all safely enjoy LIVE music again. As an organization that brings people together to experience live music, we are committed to doing everything within our power to follow protocols as outlined by the CDC. However, ultimately, the decision lies with YOU the patron as to whether or not you feel comfortable attending a live event. By entering The Venue you are voluntarily agreeing to hold harmless The Venue should your attendance result in illness.