The Boulder Tap House in St. Cloud is embracing all things fall next week for their Oktoberfest celebration. Their live outdoor event will be held on Thursday, September 24th, and feature a concert by country band Mason Dixon Line. The event is being put on by Boulder Tap House, Mason Dixon Line, and Beaver Island Brewing.

Oktoberfest celebrations are typically everywhere this time of year, but few and far between in 2020. At this one, Beaver Island is going to be featuring beer, there will also be food specials and prizesgiven away throughout the night.

If you are itching for a live show, especially a country show, Mason Dixon Line never disappoints. My friend group tends to seek them out when looking for things to do. It's always high energy and songs that you know every word too.

The band focuses on a live show that brings their audiences the biggest hits of the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's and 1990's by country music Hall of Famers and icons.  The group has been the supporting act for some of Country music’s biggest names, including Tanya Tucker, Sawyer Brown, Craig Morgan and many more.

Tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite and cost $25 for general admission, but there is also a VIP seating option. If you are interested you can check with Boulder Tap House staff for details.

The event staff and venue ask that people assess themselves before buying tickets to lessen the risk of COVID-19 being transmitted.

Please review each symptom listed below and answer “yes” or “no” if this is a symptom that you are experiencing and cannot attribute to another health condition. You must simply answer these questions for yourself.

Do you have:

 Fever or feeling feverish?

 Chills?

 A new cough?

 Shortness of breath?

 A new sore throat?

 New muscle aches?

 New headache?

 New loss of smell or taste?

If you answered “Yes” to any of the symptoms listed above, please reschedule your event.

To stay up to date with the latest on the event, RSVP to the event on Facebook.

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