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Posted on: August 24, 2021

Clarification on artist COVID testing requirements

Clarification on artist COVID testing requirements

Recently, event organizers have announced additional health-related precautions as a requirement for entry to their event at the Ford Idaho Center Amphitheatre. While the Ford Idaho Center and Nampa Civic Center are owned by the City of Nampa, they are privately managed by Spectra Venue Management.

It is important for the public to know the additional requirements of providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative test prior to entry are directly issued from the event organizers and not by the City of Nampa nor Spectra Venue Management. To learn more on requirements issued by the event organizer, click here: Jonas Brothers and Louis The Child.

Nampa Mayor Kling said, “We are excited to see events return to the Ford Idaho Center. While the City of Nampa does not require masks or vaccines, we respect the artists’ rights as they bring events to our community.”

“The live concert industry has been constantly shifting as we navigate the next stage of the pandemic,” shared Spectra Venue Management’s General Manager Andrew Luther. “Due to increased spread, many artists are mandating negative COVID tests or proof of vaccination to gain entrance to their private performances and create the safest environment possible for attendees and touring staff alike. Some artists will follow suit, and some will not, but more are now requiring the previously mentioned items.”

For additional information, please visit or call ICTickets at (208) 442-3232. 

Website: ICTickets
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