Either way, this still sounds like a bad idea because as of Thursday, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported 8,076 new coronavirus cases - a new single-day record for the virus hot spot that has seen more than 171,929 cases since the pandemic started.
The Emerald Point Bar & Grill, however, is an exception to the new rule, as it is considered a restaurant given that more than half of the establishment's revenue is obtained from food sales, according to the Austin Chronicle.
He shared yet another video from a packed show, which even featured one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on stage, where he added, "I can't wait to get back to this" with hashtags #BlocParty #YoVIPLet'sKickIt #GetItHowYouLiveIt. And Mortal Kombat is still better than Fortnight but we got out of the house, We danced, we invented house parties in the '90s.
"He ends the cringeworthy status with the hashtag "#IMissThenineties" and showed footage of a concert with wall to wall people. But we were hoping that it would be better by the 4th of July because we booked this concert a long time ago.
Vanilla Ice has put a planned weekend concert outside of Austin on ice after catching heat for promoting what looked to be a non-socially-distancing show amid a marked uptick in COVID-19 diagnoses.
For Vanilla Ice, however, he managed to find a loophole for his Fourth of July concert. So basically we just want to stay safe.
"Hey guys, I wanted to give you a little update about the concert in Austin". "Hopefully, by New Year's, this corona crap will have a cure!"
On Thursday he posted a video of a group of musicians busking. "The last of the great decades". The show's scheduled to take place despite Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order last week that shuttered all the state's bars.
But none of that seems to be stopping Vanilla Ice (real name Rob Van Winkle) from hyping up a return to live music on social media.
The "Ice Ice Baby" rapper has also encouraged fans to attend the show while reminiscing about performing pre-coronavirus in an IG post. We didn't have coronavirus, or cell phones, or computers. we had 5.0's, blockbuster, Beavis and Butthead, Wayne's world, Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. Only 84 tickets had been sold.
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It had sold 88,496 cars in the first quarter of 2020, when most of the company's operations were largely unaffected by the virus. Tesla delivered a total of 90,650 vehicles in the second quarter of 2020, 2,250 more than in the first quarter of the year.