Bridgestone Arena will no longer require fans and guests to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend Nashville Predator games, starting Nov. 13. The change in protocol will also apply to events and concerts held at the venue unless a specific tour or event has its own protocols that differ from the protocols being announced today (Nov. 3).
“We would like to thank Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the Nashville Health Department and countless other partners for continuing to provide insight that enabled us to bring this good news to the community,” says President and CEO of Bridgestone Arena and the Nashville Predators, Sean Henry. “We are encouraged that the data trends are moving briskly in a positive direction; today’s announcement is consistent with our original intention to update our protocols as case counts and transmission levels evolved.”
The relaxing of COVID-19 protocols comes as Davidson County’s transmission level has dropped below the “Substantial Transmission” level in the CDC’s metrics of percentage of positive tests in the past seven days. More information on the CDC’s measurement of levels of community transmission can be found here.
“The Metro Public Health Department appreciates Bridgestone Arena’s concern for the health of their fans and for continuing to consult with us on their safety protocols,” says Metro Public Health Bureau Director Hugh Atkins.
All policies and procedures remain subject to change and masks remain strongly recommended for those attending a game or event at Bridgestone Arena.
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