Amazon plans to bring its palm-swiping technology to Colorado’s famed concert venue Red Rocks Amphitheater.
According to the Associated Press, this marks the first time the technology, known as Amazon One, is being used outside of the company’s retail stores, allowing consumers to pay for things simply by swiping their palms.
Concertgoers will be able to hold their hands over the device and sign up for a ticketing subscription starting Tuesday.
The AP says that you don’t have to have an Amazon account in order to use the technology.
The famous concert venue will have a separate lane for people to scan their palms.