The video has since been shared on several other social media accounts.
Brushy Mountain is a former prison to more than 130 miles east of Nashville, which has been transformed into a museum and concert hall.
The video showed a crowd almost without a mask packaged together, singing and jumping while Rice, 34 years of age, exhorted them to get out of the scene.
“We have significantly reduced our maximum capacity of 10 000 to 4 000 seats (less than the recommendation of the State of 50%) with less than 1 000 (954 tickets sold with 809 notes scanned) present Saturday evening, offering sufficient space in the lawn outside for fans to spread their own level of comfort,” says the press release. “All guests were subjected to the temperature controls before you enter on the site and a disinfectant for the hands free was provided to everyone at the entrance. ”
The sellers and the staff were invited to wear masks and gloves when they interacted with the guests, and bandanas were available to buy on the spot “, according to the press release, but the place has not been ” able to apply more physical distance recommended in the signage posted throughout the property and investigate future alternative scenarios that better protect the participants, the artists and their teams, and our employees. ”
The local authorities have not immediately responded to the request to ncc to confirm if the organisers had complied with the local requirements.
His fellow country artist Kelsea Ballerini has also criticized Rice in a tweet to have filmed in the midst of the pandemic of Covid-19.
“Imagine being quite selfish to endanger the health of thousands of people, not to mention the possible training effect, and play a concert of a NORMAL country at the moment “, tweeted Ballerini, 26 years. “@ChaseRiceMusic, we all want (and need) to do a tour. We care about just our fans and their families enough to wait. ”
Another country singer, Mickey Guyton, 37 years old, has tweeted in response: “A selfish act absolute. Shame on him. ”
The artists of the music industry have had to stop spinning in the midst of a crisis of health, because the festivals, shows and events have been cancelled or become virtual.
According to its website, the next planned outage of Rice on his tour is scheduled for Friday at the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland, Kentucky, followed by a few dates to play in the drive-in movie theaters in Georgia.
In march, he lamented the quarantine with a song called ” Dear Corona “.
“Dear corona, you do not know the heart of a fan of country / don’t You know that we foutons “, sang Rice in the video that he has published. “So, you can reprogram Stagecoach / But you need to understand / That you do not know the heart of a fan of country. “