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These Sacramento Area Concert Venues Now Require Proof Of Vaccination

On Monday, Live Nation announces that those attending shows at any of their venues and festivals will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative covid test. The policy is slated to take effect October 4th and applies for all guests, staff and artists going to any of the venues. Attendees will need to have proof of full vaccination effective 2 weeks before the show date or show a negative test from 72 hours before the event. The affected venues in the Sacramento area are Wheatland's Toyota Amphitheater, Punch Line Comedy Club and Ace of Spades in Sacramento. This policy also applies to any sponsored music festivals under Live Nation's organization.

Here is a full list of all Live Nation venues in California now under the updated health policy:

  • Ace of Spades (Sacramento)
  • Belasco (Los Angeles)
  • Cobb’s (San Francisco)
  • Concord Pavilion (Concord)
  • Echo+Echoplex (Los Angeles)
  • FivePoint Amphitheater (Irvine)
  • Fox Performing Arts Center (Riverside)
  • Glen Helen Amphitheater (San Bernardino)
  • Hollywood Palladium (Los Angeles)
  • House of Blues Anaheim – The Parish, Small Room (Anaheim)
  • House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim)
  • House of Blues San Diego (San Diego)
  • House of Blues San Diego – Voodoo Room, Small Room (San Diego)
  • North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre (San Diego)
  • Observatory (San Diego)
  • Observatory (Santa Ana)
  • Observatory Santa Ana – Constellation Room, Small Room (Santa Ana)
  • Punch Line (Sacramento)
  • Punch Line (San Francisco)
  • Riverside Municipal Auditorium (Riverside)
  • Shoreline Amphitheatre (Mountain View)
  • The Fillmore (San Francisco)
  • The Magnolia (El Cajon)
  • The Masonic (San Francisco)
  • The Wiltern (Los Angeles)
  • Toyota Amphitheater (Wheatland)

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