COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, (KRDO) – More venues across Southern Colorado are now requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test upon entry to their events.
The Black Sheep venue requires you to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours. This is their latest policy to ensure the safety of their employees. It’s a music venue that won’t take any chances this fall.
“We’re not going to please everyone with this mandate, it’s sort of an industry standard now, so we’re just joining forces with the rest of our live music community,” said Rosanna Taylor, The Black Sheep’s director of marketing.
The response has been largely positive, with a small percentage of customers disagreeing with the new policy, according to Taylor.
This venue offers refunds for those who disagree with the request.
âRight now it’s until October 1st. We have informed all buyers who have received tickets that this is the policy – we are happy to accept any refund for any reason, âadded Taylor.
The venue sees between 50 and 400 people so it was important that they don’t take any chances.
The Fine Arts Center at Colorado College is now one of the newest venues requiring visitors to wear a mask anywhere inside the venue and show either proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test, which will complete within 72 hours of Monday next week became.
It is unclear how long these guidelines will last in the Black Sheep and Fine Arts Center.
We’ve also reached out to the United States Air Force Academy, the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, and CSU Pueblo, and they all only require indoor masks and outdoor masks for the unvaccinated.
From October 18th, CSU Pueblo will require proof of vaccination and / or an exemption for the spring semester.
Colorado College requires proof of vaccination status and / or a negative COVID-19 test for their events and campus activities.