At this time, we’re still working through the details of our new covid policy for events moving forward. It’s important to note that venues and festivals across the country have adopted vaccination and/or testing policies in order to host safer gatherings and to prevent further closures that caused many of us to go out of business for a year or more... the data shows that these policies work, and we agree wholeheartedly with them. Unfortunately, Texas is one of the only two states in the country that is actively working to prevent businesses from enforcing such safety requirements.
The State of Texas, by a recent executive order, is prohibiting public and private entities from enforcing mask and vaccine mandates under certain circumstances. While we believe that our intended covid policy conforms with this law (e.g. by giving our patrons the option to show a negative Covid test instead of vaccine record), we are still working to understand the full implications as it pertains to our business. We will update accordingly as soon as we can should there be any other updates. As a result, we will not be denying entry for those who do not have proof of such items until further notice. We do ask that you please wear a mask when indoors or in crowds.
The safety of our patrons is of the utmost importance to us, and we highly encourage everyone to get vaccinated, wear a mask, and stay home if you feel ill or have potentially been exposed.