The organizers of BottleRock Napa Valley made many changes to the 2021 music festival to ensure the safety of music lovers.
From the moment people arrive at the Napa Valley Fair in downtown Napa, these changes will be obvious and will need to be followed to actually enter the venue.
Most importantly, the organizers will ask people to prove that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or that their COVID-19 test is negative. The latter must be taken within 72 hours of each day of the festival that the person attends.
Holders of the three-day pass must be tested on September 2 or 3 for a negative result to be valid for the entire holiday period.
For those who just took part on September 3, the test must be no earlier than August 31. Fans who just took part on September 4th need to take part in the test no earlier than September 1st. Those who participated only on September 5th must have the test no earlier than September 3rd.
The schedule for vaccination is that participants must receive the last vaccination before August 20.
When music fans arrive at the festival venue, they should be prepared to show their vaccination cards or negative test results, as well as government-issued ID cards. For those who do not want to show the physical certificate, the photo or negative test result of the vaccination card can be kept together with the vaccination card.
For more details, please visit Bottlerocknapavalley.com/health-safety.