Amazon is set to bring its palm-swiping technology to Colorado’s famous concert venue Red Rocks Amphitheater.
According to the Associated Press, this marks the first time the technology, known as Amazon One, will be used outside the company’s stores, which consumers use to pay for things by simply swiping their palms.
To sign up for a ticketing service, concertgoers will have to hover their fingers over the device beginning Tuesday.
According to the AP technology is free and you don’t have to create an Amazon account.
For those who want their palms to be scanned, there will be a separate lane at the concert venue.