SILVER SPRING, MD - JULY 26: Scottie Beam performs onstage at the BETX On The Road: DMV Concert at The Fillmore Silver Spring on July 26, 2017 in Silver Spring, Maryland. (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Images for BET)

Some companies think they can make people get vaccinated if they make it a requirement to be vaccinated upon entry into certain venues if people want to attend a concert there.

If you’re thinking about attending a concert, you may want to double-check the requirements for entry.

With the ongoing pandemic and increasing cases, some artists are making changes to their concerts.

At Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion, Maroon 5 is scheduled to perform Sept. 8. Dead & Company also has a show planned for Oct. 11. Both require you to be fully vaccinated or show a negative test within 48 hours of the concert date.

Live Nation also says that if you have a ticket to a concert you will be alerted of any change. Their advice is to keep checking the venues’ website.

Statement from Live nation:

“On background, we’re seeing momentum gaining to require proof of negative test OR vaccinations for entry. A few shows have made the switch to this model so far, and we do expect more to do the same soon. As shows are making this shift, ticket holders are being alerted directly with the details pertaining to their show. The best place for fans to find out the latest requirements for their show beyond that email is on the venue’s website.”

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