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Hints recently started popping up all over social media that the rolling Stones were planning a show in Louisville, including pictures of the band's iconic "tongue and lip" logo on the scoreboard of Cardinal Stadium. The iconic band is set to perform at Cardinal Stadium on June 14, 2020. Image courtesy U of L Athletic Dept. via Twitter. 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The University of Louisville released plans Monday for the upcoming 2020 football season that would allow 18,000 fans at Cardinal Stadium. 

The schools said the 30% capacity allows "seating to be appropriately distanced."

Other safety precautions include temperature checks, required face masks and digital ticketing. 

Athletic Director Vince Tyra announced on Aug. 14 that he submitted plans to Gov. Andy Beshear's office for approval, but the school has not confirmed that the plans have been approved. 

U of L said ticket-holders will be notified to select their new seating locations with priority given to "ticket holder longevity and donations to the Cardinal Athletic Fund." Fans were also given a link for frequently asked questions.

The Cardinals are scheduled to host six of their 10 regular season games, beginning with the season opener Sept. 12 against Western Kentucky. 

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