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Phoebe Bridgers will require proof of vaccination for rescheduled concert

She's replacing her two Palace Theatre shows with a single outdoor gig.
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Phoebe Bridgers has canceled her upcoming concerts at Palace Theatre, and will instead play an outdoor show. 

Bridgers announced Monday that she has decided to play only outdoor shows on her fall tour due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

That means her two shows at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul on Sept. 11 and Sept. 12 are canceled. And instead, she'll play at Surly Brewing Festival Field on Sept. 11 (it's now an 18-plus show).

Bridgers is requiring all attendees to be fully vaccinated, and concertgoers will have to present proof of vaccination (vaccination card or a picture of it) — negative COVID-19 test results won't suffice.

Plus, all staff and concertgoers will be required to wear a mask.

 

Related: The Minnesota schools, venues and organizations with a COVID vaccine requirement

First Avenue, which runs the Palace Theatre and is among the promoters for the Minneapolis show, says tickets to the Palace Theatre shows will be automatically refunded.

Related: FDA gives full approval to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine

Those with tickets to the canceled shows will have access to an early fan presale to the Surly Brewing Festival Field concert, which begins at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. 

The public will have the opportunity to buy tickets starting at noon on Aug. 26. You can buy tickets here

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