Nashville, TN - Amid rising health concerns, Nashville announced that it will now require attendees of its New Year's Eve Big Bash to show proof of a negative test, a vaccination card, or their Dierks Bentley t-shirt.
The announcement did not say how a Dierks Bentley t-shirt would help protect concertgoers, but one fan pointed out, "I've been wearing this shirt every day since March 2020, and I've never got it."
Vanderbilt scientists say they will be studying the garments to see if there are opportunities to use the shirts for treatment and prevention.
Bentley is scheduled to headline the Friday show with Jason Aldean, Zac Brown Band, Darius Rucker, and more. It is unclear at this time whether t-shirts featuring the other artists also offer protection.
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