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Coronavirus has nearly shut everything down. While some states and cities are opening up slowing other are staying closed off or even reclosing after summer outbreaks. Texas is one of those states that opened back up too early and after the virus came back with a vengence is shutting back down. Among many other things like bars, restaurants, etc. the Texas governor is shutting down all concerts & events for the summer - except for one.
Yes that Vanilla Ice. The one hit wonder will be for once the hottest event in Texas as the only concert still scheduled with thousands planning to attend.
Gov. Greg Abbott signed an executive order last week that closed all bars in the state until further notice. The closing of bars means the closing of in-person concerts at those bars. However for Emerald Bar & Grill in Austin they technically qualify as a restaurant so their July 3rd Throwback Concert with Dallas native Rob Van Winkle aka Vanilla Ice is still on. They have a current capacity of 2500 and expect the tickets to be sold out. Of all the musical acts to still have a live schedule in this country Vanilla Ice was not the one the be the last standing. Unsurprisingly the internet has some interesting reactions to seeing the news about the Ice Ice Baby singer.
1. All concerts in Texas are now effectively canceled with the exception of Vanilla Ice somehow.— Decoherence (@DecoherenceWave) July 1, 2020
2. Vanilla Ice thinks cell phones and computers didn’t exist in the 90s. https://t.co/8iqrKJyyxG pic.twitter.com/4VRlGIWTwg
The vanilla ice concert may sound dangerous, but how much Covid exposure could reality get during one song?— Brian Santa Maria (@briansantamaria) July 2, 2020
If you go to a Vanilla Ice concert during a pandemic you’re a different type of loser...— Kojo Ebro (@oldmanebro) July 2, 2020
Vanilla Ice laying down some profound truth. https://t.co/OzICx49hhJ— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) July 2, 2020
If you’re old enough to remember Vanilla Ice, you’re in an elevated risk group. If you’re willing to pay to see Vanilla Ice, you may have dementia.— Sanho Tree (@SanhoTree) July 2, 2020
The real news here is that there are more than a thousand people who want to see Vanilla Ice perform https://t.co/AlF0IleVZU— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) July 2, 2020
Unless that Vanilla Ice concert is going to be like this, it’s not worth going to: pic.twitter.com/VjQMuIhUla— Az (@AzMomin10) July 1, 2020
Vanilla Ice will performer to thousands in Texas to start the “wear a mask” movement. Cause you know anyone at a Vanilla Ice concert doesn’t want to be recognized.— devon sawa (@DevonESawa) July 2, 2020
If you're willing to die for Vanilla Ice you were willing to die for anything. https://t.co/kFlF1mTMYR— Travon Free (@Travon) July 2, 2020