Missouri Governor Mike Parsons has authorized the return of live music events as early as today, May 4. The decision was outlined in his Show Me Strong Recovery Plan, which was released last week.

The plan read:

Can I attend an event at a large venue or stadium, or go to a movie theater?
Yes. However, seating shall be spaced out according to social distancing requirements.
This will apply to events such as amusement parks and attractions, concerts, drive-ins, funerals, museums, school graduations and weddings.

Meanwhile, city officials in major Missouri cities, including St. Louis, have stated that larger gatherings and concerts will not resume along with the Governor’s plan. “[St. Louis] remains under a Stay At Home order and will continue beyond the State of Missouri’s reopening next week. Individuals AND businesses must continue to follow guidelines set by the City of St. Louis,” read a post by the St. Louis Department of Health.

“Though portions of the state will begin to slowly reopen Monday, [St. Louis] will not,” wrote St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson in her own post. “While we are developing a phased approach for our own reopening, the City’s #StayHome orders remain in place.”

“We will continue to be guided by data, not dates,” Mayor Krewson concluded.

To read Missouri’s full recovery plan, click here.

For a full list of tours and events impacted by COVID-19 visit Relix.com/Coronavirus.