Nearly 18,000 fans attended the show, which required proof of vaccination or negative test, as well as a face mask.
The groups say they are obligated "to do our part in keeping our community safe."
The state's Department of Health unveiled the new option Wednesday.
The band said last month concertgoers would need proof of vaccination or a negative test.
The global pop star will also have a mask mandate for the Sept. 22 concert.
The new rule does not apply to outdoor dining, takeout or delivery.
The Cities 97.1 music festival announced the new policy Friday.