When Bernalillo County kicks off its first “green plane” weekend, large indoor entertainment venues can reopen and outdoor capacity expanded. Bernalillo County is getting livelier. “Green level, I love it!” DJ Clout, a freelance DJ, said: For him, being green means being able to entertain people in venues. He said he had money back in his wallet thanks to the loose reopening rules. New Mexicans can once again spend money on concerts and shows. Large entertainment venues can finally reopen 25% indoors and increase outdoor capacity to 50%. For business owners like Daniel Chavez, being green means he can grow his business. “We’re really excited about the concerts. This is one of the main reasons we did Revel,” said Daniel Chavez, owner of the Revel Entertainment Center. Chavez opened Revel just before the first shutdown. The complex has five restaurants and three bars, so they were allowed to reopen along with restaurants and drinks. Revel will lay the foundation stone for the construction of a two-story concert hall for nearly 3,000 people next week. By the time the concert hall is completed in October, New Mexico is expected to be 100% open. “When you see 100%, scroll down this screen. It’s like, ‘Oh my god!’ There’s a finish line, “said Chavez.

When Bernalillo County kicks off its first “green plane” weekend, large indoor entertainment venues can reopen and outdoor capacity expanded.

Bernalillo County is getting livelier.

“Green level, I love it!” DJ Clout, a freelance DJ, said.

For him, green means that he can entertain people at venues. He said he had money back in his wallet thanks to the loose reopening rules.

New Mexicans can once again spend money on concerts and shows.

Large entertainment venues can finally reopen 25% indoors and increase outdoor capacity to 50%.

For business owners like Daniel Chavez, being green means he can grow his business.

“We’re really excited about the concerts. This is one of the main reasons we did Revel,” said Daniel Chavez, owner of the Revel Entertainment Center.

Chavez opened Revel just before the first shutdown. The complex has five restaurants and three bars, so they were allowed to reopen along with restaurants and drinks.

Revel will lay the foundation stone next week for the construction of a two-story concert hall that can seat almost 3,000 people.

By the time the concert venue is ready in October, New Mexico is expected to be 100% open.

“When you see 100%, scroll down this screen. It’s like, ‘Oh my god!’ There’s a finish line, “said Chavez.