Live Shows and COVID Last update: 11 Dec 2021
As of 8th December 2021, the UK Government have announced a new set of COVID restrictions ("Plan B"). The Bleeding Obvious and team are therefore taking the following approach to our COVID responsibilities at shows:
Jessica and the Bleeding Obvious tour team are double/triple-vaccinated and we are testing frequently to ensure we keep our team and guests safe.
Although you won't usually need a COVID passport to come to a gig (see below), you will need to wear a mask when not eating or drinking. We'll try and have spare masks available if you've forgotten yours.
We request you test before coming to a show (get free test kits here) - we'll be doing it, please do too. Sure, most of you are vaccinated and lateral flow tests aren't as accurate as one would hope but even if testing reduces the risk by a fraction of a percent, it feels worth it to keep gigs happening and venues open.
Antibac gel will be available on-the-door, and venues will have their own cleaning procedures.
If you are experiencing COVID 19 symptoms (high temperature, etc.) please do not attend the show.
While you will not require a COVID pass to attend a show some venues may require it, in which case we will contact ticket-holders prior to the event.
Respect one another. That, above all, is the key thing. Everyone has had different experiences and is in different places, and we've all got PTSD. Respect their decisions (especially regarding mask-wearing) and respect their space, whether they are other audience members, our own team, or venue staff.
Thanks for your help in this, let's keep each other safe.