Thursday, September 10, 2020

Kansas City Downtown P&L District Demands Masks On Chiefs Fans Tonight

Here's a reminder about local bar protocols and why watching the game in public won't be any fun . . .

"We’ve added a lot of layers of safety precautions," Rachel Waller, director of marketing for the Kansas City Power & Light District, said. "We have signage up everywhere reminding people wear your mask, stay 6 feet apart."

Capacity is cut to about 10% at the KC Live! Block. Tables are spaced out, with some saved for reservations and some available on a first-come, first-served basis. Decals on the ground show where to stand in line for the bar.

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Precautions in place for Chiefs watch party at Power & Light District

Since Arrowhead Stadium has limited capacity due to coronavirus concerns, many Chiefs fans will be heading to the Kansas City Power & Light District for a watch party. However, there are changes in place to keep guests safe. Thursday's watch party is expected to be the largest event since the KC Live!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

People can sue the city if they get the Rona at p&l, this is a city owned venue and they keep holding events down there when no one else can. If they can do it so can everybody else amiright!

Anonymous said...

Go to the Power & Light watch party to catch the Corona, watch the Chiefs disrespect our veterans and get mugged on the way back to your car as the KCPD cannot arrest criminals.

Sounds like a great evening !

Anonymous said...

Looks like seating for about eight people. Oh boy!

Bandit said...

Will the fun Nazis be patrolling too? 🤣

Anonymous said...

They likely will, Bandit. This city is full of Fun Karens.

Bandit said...

That's one of the many reasons I left 6:33.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

How are all the queers that live downtown going to suck dick if they have to wear masks? Almost everyone living downtown are homosexuals.

Anonymous said...

7:48 Answer: Snuggies for two, works same as a mask except only one head sticking out and other doing the deed. Allows for turn taking. That's what I was told.