Helena Postponed Alive At Five Series Until 2021
In case you missed the announcement, Downtown Helena made the decision to postpone their popular live music series, Alive At Five series until 2021 due to evolving social distance guidelines.
Safety of the community, patrons and vendors was at the center of this decision. CURRENT social distance guidelines make events such as Alive At Five unrealistic, although guidelines are continuing to evolve.
Alive at Five in Helena has been a free summer concert series with local food and craft vendors, kids activities, with live music in either Women’s Park or Pioneer Park in downtown Helena.
According to the official statement by Downtown Helena Inc:
Downtown Helena, Inc. (DHI)’s 2020 Alive at Five summer music festival is postponed until 2021. DHI will be working with state and local officials and local vendors, artists, and musicians to develop events consistent with evolving health and safety guidelines.
The safety and health of the community is the number one priority for Downtown Helena. Per the re-opening guidelines recently delivered by Governor Bullock, planning events with capacity of 50 or more will take place later this summer.