Standing up and having a drink is now a reality across South Australia under revised coronavirus restrictions.
From Saturday, licensed pubs and restaurants can serve drinks to standing patrons, provided they are in an outdoor area.
SA has also eased measures on the events sector to allow private functions with a maximum of 150 people, including weddings, to have dancing and the service of drinks to people who are standing.
The changes are expected to help create jobs and strike a balance between the health risks and the economic benefits, officials say.
They also come after South Australia reported its first new COVID-19 cases on Friday for more than a week.
A man and a woman, both in their 20s, tested positive for the infection - the man on day one of his two-week quarantine period, and the woman on day nine after showing symptoms of the infection.
SA Health said the pair, who travelled separately, remained in isolation and presented no risk to the community.
The two new cases took the state's total since the start of the pandemic to 470.
They are SA's only active infections.