Military members, first responders, healthcare workers, and teachers can claim two free tickets to Brad Paisley's concert on the Bangor Waterfront. Here's how to get your free tickets.

Saturday night, Brad Paisley will perform on the Bangor Waterfront. Waterfront Concerts has dubbed the show "Community Heroes Night," giving free tickets to those who work in many community service oriented fields. Military members, active, retired, reserve, veterans, and first responders, police, fire, EMS and dispatch, will receive two tickets to the show.

In addition, Waterfront Concert will give free tickets to:

  • Educational Professionals (teachers, school staff, etc.)
  • Healthcare Practitioners, those in technical occupations (doctors, registered nurses, and pharmacists)
  • Health-support workers (nursing assistants and home health aides)

To claim your tickets, visit the Community Heroes booth. It will be located across the street from the entrance to the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion on the day of the show, after 3:00 p.m. Just show your Military ID, first responder ID, healthcare worker ID, or paperwork, or uniform to one of the booth volunteers. You'll receive a ticket for yourself, and one for your spouse or immediate family member.

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Jordan Davis and Kameron Marlowe will open the show.

Live Nation announced they will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. The new requirements apply to all artists, staff, and concert-goers in attendance, at upcoming concerts and festivals beginning on Oct. 4, 2021.

However, Waterfront Concerts has confirmed because the shows all fall prior to October 4, the new requirements won't apply.

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