Going to Stones or the Motley Crue Show at US Bank Stadium (Vaccine? Test?)
This vaccine opposition is going to start infringing on people's good time. But the short answer to this question is NO. At least not yet, at least not this venue.
The statement was made earlier this month that starting in October, the 1st for AEG and the 4th for Live Nation, any artist that has their tour run by either one of those companies, concert goers will have to be ready to show their full vaccination card within 14 days prior to the show date, or have proof of a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the show you are planning to see. But here is the thing... these are only in venues that are run by Live Nation or AEG. There are several of these across the nation. But US Bank Stadium isn't one of them.
The Rolling Stones are scheduled to be there October 24th and the Motley Crue/Def Leppard/Poison/Joan Jett and the Blackhearts are scheduled to play August of 2022. Tickets are on sale for both of these shows. And as of now, they are both still happening- there have been some questions about that.
Many people have been against the vaccine for various reasons. If US Bank Stadium does go in this direction, they have said that it's fine to have that information on your phone. Most places that test will send you an email with that information that you can show upon entry. If you have had the vaccination (need the full round completed outside of 14 days before the event) you are welcome to take a picture of the card on your phone and present it in that manner.
Right now US Bank Stadium has these policies in place, according to their website:
Changes always happen, so make sure to watch and see what the information is closer to the show.
Best thing to do if you are planning to go to any of the shows put on by AEG (which also includes the Messina Touring Group) or Live Nation is to book an appointment to get a test within those 3 days before the event. Just to be on the safe side. That way you won't have to worry about getting in to get a test if this becomes something that is a requirement.
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