Kamloops pub is bringing music back with 'Sanitary-Oke'

Pogue Mahone Irish Alehouse is restarting its Friday night karaoke with pandemic health guidelines in mind.

The Brocklehurst pub will require (and provide) masks and disposable microphone covers to all participants and equipment will be sanitized between singers.

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Otherwise, the production they're calling 'Sanitary-Oke' will look as it did before, with a full stage and lighting setup for performers and hosted by Dave Coalmine.

The event hosts will also be promoting physical distancing measures.

"The message is clear, this is Sanitary-Oke, 'let's have fun while avoiding the behaviours that put others' health at risk,' you know, 'Wash your dang hands!'" Coalmine said.

The event will run on Fridays from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Pogue Mahone, 843 Desmond St.

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