Britt ends coronavirus restrictions for 2022
Face masks won’t be mandatory at Britt Music & Arts Festival this summer, and concertgoers won’t need to prove they’re vaccinated for admission.
The live music festival in Jacksonville will make face masks optional as part of a lifting of pandemic restrictions for the 2022 summer concert season, according to a press release from the nonprofit Tuesday.
“At this time, Britt does not plan on requiring any COVID patron restrictions during the 2022 season,” the release stated.
Masks will still be required when purchasing tickets at the Medford box office, and Britt staff will continue to wear masks. Britt will provide disposable face masks upon request.
Britt’s board of directors opted to lift mask requirements, pre-concert COVID-19 tests and proof of vaccination prior to admission “in line with other outdoor venues throughout the country,” according to the release.
There’s a possibility the board will need to revise its polices between now and the concert depending on “evolving conditions,” the release stated.
Find the latest updates at brittfest.org.