Smash Mouth performs in front of large crowd amid pandemic

Rodiano Bonacci
Agosto 11, 2020

In video recorded by CNN affiliate KOTA-TV, a big crowd can be seen cheering throughout the efficiency, with couple of masks in sight and no social distancing.

The DUI enforcement period will continue through August 20 as motorcyclists from around the country head to South Dakota for the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

The city said it's spending $195,000 of CARES Act money to have mandatory coronavirus tests on all city employees as well as optional tests for city residents following the rally. Smashmouth, however, remained unphased.

ZZ Top was also among the names who withdrew, however, tribute band ZZ3 played instead. The organizers say 250,000 people from all over the country will participate this 10-day event. Marking what is likely to be the largest public gathering in the United States since the pandemic started. Following an enormous Chainsmokers concert in the Hamptons last month, '90s goof rock act Smash Mouth performed for thousands of people in South Dakota last night. "And we're being human once again", said Smash Mouth frontman Steve Harwell while onstage at the event. "Fuck that COVID shit!"

The Strugis Rally, an annual gathering of motorcycle aficionados, was held this past weekend in South Dakota despite the pandemic, which has infected more than 5 million people in the USA alone and killed more than 160,000.

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