Brooklyn Mirage will not require proof of COVID-19 vaccination, negative test result for entry
Brooklyn Mirage operators have revised the venue’s COVID-19 vaccination policy following New York State’s dissolution of most related restrictions. Based on the new state policy, attendees will not need to present either proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter the Brooklyn Mirage.
The adjustment to the entry policy is precipitated by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s June 15 announcement that the state would lift most of its COVID-19 limitations as 70% of New Yorkers aged 18 or older have received the first dose of their COVID-19 vaccine.
In early June, in accordance with previous state mandates, the Brooklyn Mirage informed its following that ticket holders would be required to show proof of vaccination via one of three mediums: CrowdPass, which captures a secure, digital proof of an individual’s COVID-19 vaccination card; the New York States Excelsior Pass; or a physical vaccination card.
In a fortuitous turn for New Yorkers, these prior prerequisites have since been nullified, leaving all—vaccinated and unvaccinated—able to attend events at Mirage/Avant Gardner/Lost Circus, The Great Hall, and The Kings Hall moving forward.
Tickets to all upcoming Mirage shows can be purchased here.
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