As of last Wednesday, all businesses can operate at maximum capacity and, if they choose, don't have to require customers to wear face masks.
Want to hear music live? You may be wary about taking the plunge, but have no fear: Here is a list of music venues that are still implementing Covid-19 restrictions to ensure the safety of the community.
Arena Theatre - Maintaining mask policy, with temperature checks prior to entrance.
Bayou Music Center - Maintaining mask policy.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - When the venue makes its return to live music, social distancing and mask policy will be implemented.
Heights Theater - Maintaining social distancing and mask policy.
House of Blues - Maintaining mask policy, and ticket holders will receive mandatory rapid Covid-19 antigen test.
Last Concert Café - Maintaining social distancing and mask policy.
McGonigel’s Mighty Duck - Maintaining mask policy.
Miller Outdoor Theatre - Not open to the public just yet. When open, will likely require masks and implement social distancing.
Rockefellers - Staff will be required to wear masks, but not enforcing guests to wear mask.
Rudyard’s - Maintaining social distancing and mask policy.
The Rustic - Maintaining social distancing and mask policy.
The Secret Group - Reopening May 22 and will be implementing mask policy, temperature checks, and social distancing.
Toyota Center - All ticketed fans are required to complete Covid-19 symptom and exposure survey. Also, maintaining mask policy.
Warehouse Live - Maintaining reduced occupancy, social distancing, and mask policy.
White Oak Music Hall - Maintaining reduced occupancy, social distancing, mask policy, and not accepting cash payments.