Live music is returning to locations in Minnesota - with a catch.
The Minnesota Department of Health announced Thursday that bars and restaurants large enough to adhere to social distancing guidelines will be allowed to have live music.
Dancing and karaoke will still not be allowed, however.
Live entertainment will be allowed inside venues as long as performers can social distance and as long as the audience is seated at least 12 feet away from the stage.
You can see the guidelines here.