For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, live music is making its way back to New Orleans' famous bars.
On Friday, the city announced it was moving to a modified Phase three, which will see restaurants, retail stores, and salons operate at a 75% capacity.
According to the city, a bar without a food permit can serve at 50% capacity indoors.
Gathering indoor and outdoor in the city, which was raised late last month, are capped at 75 and 150 guests, respectively.
Sporting events were limited at 15% capacity indoors and 25% outdoors.
The changes went into effect at 6 a.m. Friday.