Q: Is there a risk in attending an event?
Covid–19 is an infectious disease that can result in serious and potentially fatal illness. There is a risk of the transmission of Covid–19 in any environment where people gather. This risk increases in enclosed spaces and with increased numbers of people. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised that the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions are more vulnerable. Further information can be found on the WHO’s website: https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus#tab=tab_1.
Whilst Event Partners should all be adopting enhanced safety measures to help attendees stay safe, the risk cannot be completely eliminated. By attending an event, you assume all risk associated with Covid-19 (unless caused by the negligence the Event Partner). You must also:
- abide by all government guidance aimed at preventing the transmission of the virus (details of which can be accessed via the following link [INSERT]; and
- follow all directions provided by the Event Partner and their staff members.
Ticketmaster sells tickets on behalf of our Event Partners (including venues) and is not responsible for organising or delivering the events themselves. Ticketmaster does not accept any risk associated with attending an event or otherwise linked to Covid-19 (unless directly arising from our negligence). Please see our terms and conditions for further details.
Q: What if I have recently been diagnosed with Covid, have Covid-like symptoms, am quarantining/self-isolating or think I might have been exposed to someone who has Covid?
Please check local health advice for your area and the area where the show is taking place. The latest [national] guidance is published here: [Link]
Q: What is being done at venues to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19?
Venues should all be adopting new and enhanced safety measures to help attendees stay safe. Please refer to the venue’s website for specific information.