Due to take place on December 11 at the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, the show, which is being billed as “the new normal”, will feature strict social distancing rules and concert-goers will be required to wear a mask.
“Lexington, Kentucky!! Dec 11th 2020!! The 1st indoor arena concert in the country since the pandemic!!” the group captioned the post. “Approved by the Governor! THREE 6 MAFIA PERFORMING LIVE @rupp_arena limited tickets avail in pods of 4 people or less!! @ticketmaster on sale NOW!!”
According to Three-6-Mafia, the concert has been approved by the Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear, who was first elected in 2019. It will be hosted by Sean Da Don and feature special guest Project Pat, who is Juicy J’s older brother and a longtime Three-6-Mafia affiliate.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
With 2,500 people in attendance, they watched on from 500 platforms which were spaced two metres apart from one another.
However, the series was forced to end prematurely after new coronavirus measures were implemented in the North East.