Finally, a live concert. It's been almost a year since every concert, performance, live event, and anything else has been canceled or postponed for what seems like forever.

With that being said, the Five Flags Center in Dubuque announced this morning that platinum-selling rock band Firehouse will headline a concert in the venue’s arena on Saturday, March 20. Local favorites Electric Shock and Johnny Trash will also appear at the show. Tickets for the concert will go on sale Friday morning at 10:00 at the Five Flags Box Office and online through FiveFlagsCenter.com.

Firehouse torched the pop and rock charts in the early 1990s with their debut self-titled album, which had certified sales of more than 1 million units in the United States alone. The disc included a trio of hit singles, led by the power ballad “Love of a Lifetime,” which became the band’s first Top Ten hit. Firehouse recorded another hit album with their follow-up, Hold Your Fire. That album was led by their second Top Ten single, “When I Look Into Your Eyes.”

The concert will be certified through ASM Global’s VenueShield program. New procedures will include use of a fog-based disinfectant before and after the concert. Frequently-touched surfaces will also be cleaned by Five Flags Center staff every 30 minutes. Signage will be placed throughout the venue to promote physical distancing. Hand sanitizer stations have been positioned around the building as well.

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