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New COVID-19 safety measures for concerts
Two years into the pandemic, living with corona is the new normal. To make it easier to host and play safe concerts, it is now possible for hosts and artists to add COVID-19 requirements to their concert pages on the Low-Fi platform.
At Low-Fi, we are always working on making our platform better for artists and hosts, and especially in these pandemic times, safe concerts are a priority for all. We want to make sure that hosts and artists have the tools to require extra COVID-19 safety measures at their concerts, if they wish to.
Hosts and artists can now add one or more COVID-19 requirements to their concert. This goes for both new and already published concerts.
Following requirements can be added to concerts
Guests should wear face masks when arriving, leaving, and walking around
- Corona pass
Guests are required to show a valid corona pass upon arrival
- Valid corona test (Only in Denmark)
Guests are required to have proof of a valid corona test at the concert
If artists and hosts wish to require extra COVID-19 safety measures to their concerts, we fully support it. Face masks, corona pass and testing are great tools to ensure extra safety at concerts for both artists, hosts and guests.
All concerts have to follow the guidelines of the local authorities. It is voluntary for hosts and artists if they want to add the extra requirements, and it can easily be added to both existing and new concerts on the Low-Fi platform.
Low-Fi concerts can still safely take place
It has always been the first priority that concerts arranged through Low-Fi are safe concerts. Throughout the pandemic we have closely monitored and followed all restrictions and recommendations from the governments in Denmark and Sweden.
Under the current restrictions and recommendations in both countries, it is still allowed and safe to arrange and attend concerts through Low-Fi. Read more about current restrictions in Denmark and Sweden.
A special thanks to all artists, hosts and guests who have been great at adapting and ensuring safe concerts, and keeping the intimate live music scene alive for the past two years.