As we get ready for the remnants of tropical storm Fred to dump a bunch of rain on the Capital Region, Frog Alley Brewing will be moving tomorrow night's Jerrod Niemann concert indoors.

Summer of 2021 has simply been the summer of way too much rain! So, it figures as we look forward to a Country music fiesta outdoors at Frog Alley Brewing Company in Schenectady we have the remnants of Fred bearing down on us. But alas, Frog Alley has got it covered - literally!

Because of the incoming weather, tomorrow night's (Thurs. August 19th) show will be moved indoors at Frog Alley. Because of the move, attendance will need to be capped at 500. So if you were thinking of waiting until tomorrow to walk up and get your tickets, don't wait any longer as the new capacity has created a limited number of tickets that are still available for the show, which you can purchase here.

The great news is if you already have your tickets, no need to worry about the weather anymore and you will still get to party with Jerrod, GNA, and all those AMAZING Frog Alley Brews! We will see you at the show!

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