MN’s First Ave Requires Vax Proof / Negative Covid Test for Entry
First Avenue, one of Minnesota's most popular concert venues, announced Monday you'll have to show proof of either full Covid-19 vaccination or negative Covid-19 test from the past 72 hours to get in. That goes for the associated venues, too.
What Will Count As Proof of Vaccination?
- First Ave says the proof of Covid vaccination could be the actual card from your medical team or a photo of the card that matches your ID.
- The final vax of the series must have been at least 14 days before you try to get in.
- The negative Covid-19 test proof can be a print out or a digital test result, as long as it matches your ID (so if you're a Mayo patient, you could show them the test result on the Mayo Portal, and your ID and you're good).
- Negative Covid test results work for 12 and under and for people who "have a medical condition or closely held religious beliefs that prevents vaccination."
- They're also asking you to mask up.
What Venues Are Included with First Avenue?
The policy is in force for...
- First Avenue
- 7th Street Entry
- Turf Club
- Fine Line Café
- The Fitzgerald Theater
- Palace Theatre
All the venues require staff to be fully vaccinated.
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