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RELENTLESS BEATS Presents “Heartbreakers,” the First Pod Experience of the Year

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Artists Include Sullivan King, Ghastly, Kai Wachi, Ookay, and more, February 12 and 13, 2021

All Ticket Levels Are On Sale Now

After setting the standard for what live music could be in a COVID-era world, with a series of socially distanced concerts over five consecutive weeks in late 2020, Relentless Beats returns with their first pod concert experience of 2021. Delivering a heart-thumping new concept, Heartbreakers will take place February 12th and 13th at Rawhide Event Center. The special Valentine’s weekend pod concert experience has two distinct lineups to make fans’ hearts burst. The lineup includes:

Friday, February 12: Sullivan King, Kai Wachi, and Trivecta > TICKETS.

Saturday, February 13: Ghastly, Ookay, and Lick> TICKETS.

Heartbreakers will follow State, Federal, and CDC guidelines for outdoor gatherings, with health checks, facemask requirements, hand-wash and sanitation stations, and social distancing, accomplished by issuing groups of five to eight people their own pod. Each 10-foot by 8-foot pod is distanced 6 feet from the next one on all sides. Additionally, the Rawhide Event Center has implemented a concession and merchandise system that fans can utilize from their phones with orders delivered directly to the pods, ensuring a safe environment.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, February 4, at 10 a.m. MT, for parties of five starting at $150 plus fees, with the option to add three others at the gate. For full details, including a FAQ, and all ticket options, visit www.relentlessbeats.com. Heartbreakers is an 18+ event.

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