LexieCat Posted September 1, 2021 Share Posted September 1, 2021 I had three tickets for concerts this summer/fall--two of which I'd bought last year with the events rescheduled to August/September, and the third (for August) i bought a few months ago. Well, I missed the two for August--both venues "encouraged" sick people to stay home and "encouraged" masks and vaccines, but were not requiring/enforcing those. I wasn't taking any chances at a crowded, indoor venue under those conditions. The third concert (Clannad--a Celtic music group on its farewell tour) is at the Fillmore in Philadelphia at the end of September. The Fillmore is requiring masks AND proof of vaccination or negative COVID test within 72 hours. In addition to those requirements, Clannad fans are less likely to be drunk/high/rowdy than those attending a rock or punk concert--more likely, IOW, to be following the rules. So right now I THINK I will go, with the notion that I'll leave if people are ignoring the rules. I'd really like to see this group--I've never seen them live and this will be my only chance. Of course, this is subject to change if conditions warrant. Remember when having fun was less complicated? ChiMama, Tom Galli and LouT 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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