Cleveland's Agora Requiring Proof Of Vaccination For Concerts

Agora in Cleveland
Agora in Cleveland [Levdr1lp / Wikimedia]

Concertgoers at the Agora in Cleveland will need to show proof of vaccination for shows, according to a news release posted on its website Thursday.  

The venue's operator, AEG Presents, is implementing a policy requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry, effective by October 1, at its performance spaces and festivals nationwide. Between now and then, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours of the show date will be required for entry. Digital proof of vaccination or a physical card will be accepted.

Two upcoming concerts at Blossom Music Center are also requiring proof of vaccination. Maroon 5 and Dead & Company will require patrons to show their physical vaccination cards or a printed copy. In lieu of that, a negative COVID-19 test from within the past 72 hours will be accepted.

Other upcoming Live Nation concerts at Blossom Music Center don’t require vaccination or testing nor do Cleveland Orchestra concerts at Blossom. 

Editor's note: An earlier version of this story also mentioned Cleveland Orchestra concerts at Severance Hall, however details for those concerts are still under review. 

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