Saginaw Michigan Music
After years of renovations, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel as they prepare to return to entertainment on Saturday. The Vault has not bothered to find music acts ready to take the stage, and the center of Michigan welcomes them back. Vault shows are scheduled for the rest of 2020 and beyond every weekend, but they are not the only ones.
Bill says the vault will continue to operate normally and comply with state social and environmental measures, such as organizing shows six feet apart. I think the legislature should regulate that, but I say we will abide by that, "Peters said. Then we can feel safe and I said we will really clean up and refurbish the place and People should feel comfortable here, Peters said. They put on a great show and they can just enjoy themselves, "Peters said.
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