Zach Meyers of Shinedown was scheduled to perform at The Machine Shop on June 4th with his side project Allen, Mack, Meyers, Moore. Unfortunately, that show is no longer happening, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The concert was also to feature Flint's own Avalon Black who was planning an acoustic set that night.

If you bought tickets online, your refund will come automatically through Etix. Any hard ticket purchases will have to wait until Paradise Express and The Machine Shop open again.

It sucks but this is the reality for concert goers right now. This is only one of many shows that have been either postponed or cancelled in Michigan and I'm sure it won't be the last.

When we first started announcing postponed shows back in March, I never thought in a million years that we'd still be doing this with concerts June. It's still kind of hard for me to wrap my head around the whole thing.

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When will concerts return to Michigan? What will that experience be like? It's definitely going to be a different one that's for sure, at least for a while anyway. The Event Safety Alliance recently issued a new guideline answering some of those questions.

Here are a few recommendations from the Event Safety Alliance:

  • Hand-washing every hour, as well as after sneezing, mopping, smoking, eating, drinking and other select activities.
  • Required masks.
  • Temperature screening for every customer.

See the full Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide here.