You can dance if you want to, but from the safety of your car.
That was supposed to be the motto of Friday night's drive-in concert at the Grey Eagle Casino on Tsuut'ina Nation, which borders Calgary's city limits, until restrictions were lifted earlier this month.
The casino and hotel has been holding multiple events this summer so far, including tribute bands and movies, but this is the first one since Alberta moved into Stage 3.
This time it was '80s rockers Men Without Hats, who told fans that this was their first show in more than a year.
Known for their new wave and synth-pop ballads, such as The Safety Dance and Pop Goes the World, the band from Montreal continues to perform and is touring for two new studio albums in the works.
Live music has seen an explosion in the city as COVID-19 restrictions eased, and as the Calgary Stampede bucks back into action.
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The Grey Eagle's next show is a Spice Girls tribute on July 17.