LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas theater will face consequences that could be enforced by the police if it proceeds with its plan to defy the state’s coronavirus restrictions by holding what could be the country’s first major concert this far into the pandemic, the governor warned Wednesday.

TempleLive showed no signs of backing down from its planned by country-rock singer Travis McCready on Friday, three days before the state is allowing indoor entertainment venues to reopen. The Health Department on Tuesday the facility to cancel or postpone the concert, which is expected to draw at least 200 people.

The president of the venue’s parent company said it was reviewing the order “and its basis under the law,” while

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