moe. Live from Big Blue (Night 2)
Please not that this is a live-stream event and moe. will NOT physically be in the building. We have taken necessary precautions to ensure that we can throw a safe and socially distant event. Please see our advised rules and guidelines so we can all safely party together
*Masks are required for entry and must be worn at all times unless seated at your table
* You must remain seated at your table for the duration of the event
* All food and drinks must be ordered through the Noble and Alto Cinco apps
* Upstairs is closed to the general public (We have 2 restrooms on the bottom floor)
* Up to 4 people may share a table
* We ask that you do not mingle with nearby tables
Please note that we will be upholding these guidelines very strictly. We miss live music the same way you do and want to make sure we take the steps to makes sure we can keep doing this thing right.
We have taken enhanced health and safety measures for you, our artists, and employees. You must follow all posted instructions while attending this event. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By attending this event you voluntarily assume all risk and liability for you and anyone you bring, related to exposure to COVID-19 including travel to and from the event. Furthermore, releasing the artist, The Westcott Theater, and all staff, and vendors responsibility for illness.
Help keep each other healthy.
Moe (generally stylized as moe.) is an American jam band, formed at the University at Buffalo in 1989. The band members are Rob Derhak (bass, vocals), Al Schnier (guitar, vocals, keyboard), Chuck Garvey (guitar, vocals), Vinnie Amico (drums), and Jim Loughlin (percussion). The band's first record, Fatboy (1992), established the band as a favorite of the 1990s jam band and improvisational rock scene, which grew in popularity with the rise of bands such as Phish and Widespread Panic. Just as Grateful Dead followers were coined "Deadheads", avid Moe fans embrace the term "moe.rons." Moe toured with the 1997 Furthur Festival, appeared at Woodstock '99, played Summerstage at the Rumsey Playfield in Central Park, opened for The Allman Brothers and The Who, performed at Radio City Music Hall on New Year's Eve 2006 and returned there for New Year's Eve 2007.
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Syracuse, NY, 13210