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Cedar Cultural Center to require proof of vaccine or negative test for concerts

Cedar Cultural Center to require proof of vaccine or negative test for concerts Photo: Erik Rognerud/KSTP.

Kyle Brown
Updated: August 10, 2021 08:05 PM
Created: August 10, 2021 08:03 PM

The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis announced Tuesday that it will require guests to provide proof of being fully vaccinated or a recent negative test for COVID-19.

The Cedar said the new policy will go into effect on Friday. A COVID-19 vaccination card that shows a vaccine series completed at least 14 days before the event or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event will be required for entry.

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Proof of vaccine or a negative test can come in the form of a physical vaccination card, a printed out negative test result or a digital document on a mobile device, such as a photo of a vaccination card.

Anyone who doesn't meet the requirements under the new policy is eligible for a refund.

The Cedar is the latest music venue in the Twin Cities to require vaccines or proof of a negative test for all concertgoers. First Avenue and its associated venues — 7th Street Entry, Turf Club, Fine Line Café, The Fitzgerald Theater and Palace Theatre — announced such a policy last week.


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