Starting Aug. 13, the Cedar Cultural Center will require guests at all of its events to show either proof of a COVID vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
The Minneapolis music and arts venue announced the new COVID-19 protocols Tuesday, noting it applies to any and all events, even those hosted by outside groups. The announcement comes just a week after First Avenue instituted a similar policy for shows at all of its venues.
Any attendee, when they try to enter The Cedar, will have to present a document showing they are fully vaccinated (meaning at least 14 days out from the last shot in their vaccine series) or tested negative for COVID-19 in the previous 72 hours. The venue will accept:
- A physical vaccination record card
- A printed out file of vaccination record
- A printed out negative test result
- A digital document on a mobile device as proof of vaccination.
The vaccination or negative test document must match that person's ID.
The venue's mask policy — optional for vaccinated individuals, required for those who are unvaccinated — remains unchanged.