Kodak Black Concert to Bring Thousands to Orlando


ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – As you drive through Orange County, you’ll notice signs promoting Kodak Black’s Saturday concert at the Orlando Amphitheater.

Haiti, a member of Out Da Gate Entertainment, said it was a family-friendly event.

“We will provide masks for people who are not so safe,” Haiti said. “We have officers who will be on hand.”

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Earlier this week, the CDC released updated guidelines that allow vaccinated individuals to forego a mask with small groups in certain scenarios, but still require everyone to wear a mask at large outdoor events such as live performances.

“We will stick to the guidelines and make sure everyone who comes here has a great time,” said Haiti.

While the amphitheater can hold a capacity of 10,000 people, the organizers of the Kodak Black concert are planning to use half the capacity at most, according to the venue’s CEO, so fans have a better opportunity to distance themselves socially. In a statement, however, he continues: “We can only enforce masks when entering the venue.”

News 6 reached out to Orange County officials who said they were unaware the event took place in the first place. In a statement, they said, “The compliance teams are trying to contact the Fairgrounds administration to find out more about the event.”


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Janet Smith