The Coachella and Stagecoach festivals announced this week that they would show concertgoers either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or require a negative test – changing the previous policy that made the vaccine the only option for admission. ۔
Initial policy, Announced August 12. Through the music events company Golden Voice, guests were required to show proof of a complete COVID-19 vaccination, an alternative testing option available only to children under 12 and who are exempt due to medical condition, disability or religious belief. Need
At the time, the company told guests that people would not enter without proof of vaccination.
“After seeing the low delivery data in our hands and the recent successful implementation of the safety protocol at our festivals, with the increasing rate of vaccination of eligible Americans, we are confident that we will secure our policy for Coachella.” Can update the method that allows negative code testing. 72 hours of event or proof of complete vaccination. Coachella website Reads
Under Laws of the State of California, Full vaccine confirmation and pre-entry negative test results are strongly recommended for all participants of major outdoor events, and are not required. But places can impose strict restrictions.
The state only needs large indoor venues to check vaccinations such as conventions, sports games and concerts with more than a thousand attendees.
During the epidemic, the schedule, like many other major programs, both Coachella and Stagecoach were postponed several times due to the risk of COVID-19.
Coachella is now scheduled for April 15-17 and April 22-24 next year, while Stagecoach is scheduled for April 29 to May 1.
“Thank you for coming for the ride because we visit these unique times so we can have a good time,” the stage coach organizers said. Tweeted.
Golden Voice website As of Wednesday, it has been said that places will only accept proof of vaccination for admission.
But a spokesman for AEG Presents, the owners of Golden Voice, said. Rolling Stone Magazine. “The company was involved in the change.”
““Our initial announcement two months ago addressed the fact that we would see the landscape move forward and adjust as needed,” the spokesman told the magazine.
Golden Voice operates in a number of locations throughout the region, including Ally Theater, Fonda Theater, Fox Theater, Microsoft Theater, Shrine Auditorium and Roxy Theater.