There is no vaccine proof required to attend the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals in California next year.
Coachella, scheduled for April 15-17 and 22-24, and Stagecoach, Friday, April 29, through Sunday, May 1, at Empire Polo Field in India
Organizer Golden Voice updated its health and safety policy on its Stagecoach social media accounts Tuesday, giving festivalgoers two options: a negative Covid-19 test proof or vaccine proof.
The same message was not tweeted on Coachella’s account, but was posted on the festival’s website under the heading “Goldenvoice announces an updated health and safety policy.”
“After seeing the successful implementation of low transmission data and safety protocols at our festivals recently, we are confident that with the rise in vaccination rates for eligible Americans, we can safely update our policy for Stagecoach, which allows us to take a negative coviduct test.” .
“Thank you for coming along for the ride as we continue to travel during these unprecedented times so we can enjoy a great time. Can’t wait to see you all soon!” The body of the tweet read.
The change in policy comes shortly after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data revealed in late September that California had the lowest COVID-19 transmission rate in the country.
Stage Coach is led by Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Luke Combs, while Coachella heads Rage Against the Machine and Travis Scott.