Dancing Banned At Weddings In New York?
Think things could not get any more weird this summer? Just wait! There is a new law that coincides with the COVID-19 pandemic list of rules that will keep you in your chair at a wedding.
According to at least one report, dancing is off limits at weddings for 2020.
To control the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s liquor authority has also specifically banned darts, pool, cornhole, karaoke and exotic dancing.
This comes just a few days after the amount of people allowed at a wedding was adjusted. The summer of 2020 has left plenty of brides-to-be seeing red instead of their white wedding dress. It is starting to become a little more than frustrating and not to mention expensive. Many wedding venues are not refunding the down payments they have received for those who were forced to cancel their receptions.
The rules seem to change daily. Football fans are still holding their breath as we wait to see how many, if any, fans will be allowed to watch games in person. Schools are trying to adjust on the fly and gyms are facing new limitations and restrictions.
I am not a fan of being told to wear a mask but if it helps bring back the things we enjoy, it is worth the annoyance.