What do you do when you can’t get the real ZZ Top to play at your crowded, maskless motorcycle rally during a pandemic? Ya call ZZ Top tribute band, ZZ3, to perform.
ZZ3 were one of the acts that performed to a packed crowd at the Full Throttle Saloon during the weekend’s Sturgis motorcycle rally. While you may see beer cups tipped up and hands in the air, what you don’t see in video shared by TMZ are masks or social distancing.
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally could draw 250,000 people in South Dakota despite COVID pandemic. https://t.co/LoNyxnylH9
— ABC News (@ABC) August 7, 2020
Sturgis locals and officials aren’t happy about the crowds for the pandemic-era rally, while some locals wrestle with the fact that the rally brings in $800 million every year.
If there is a COVID-19 cases spike, should the motorcycle rally’s organizers be held liable? Would you stand with a packed crowd of people to see a band at this time?
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