KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kauffman Performing Arts Center in Kansas City has adjusted one of its COVID-19 policies.
On Sept. 6, the center began requiring visitors to provide proof of vaccination in order to attend any events at the venue.
Now, the center has announced it will allow those with a negative COVID-19 test to also attend shows, according to a release from the center.
Beginning Tuesday, a negative test taken within 72 hours of a show will be accepted.
However, the Kauffman Center is also allowing the artists and groups who preform there to have a say in the COVID-19 requirements, so some shows will still require full vaccination and will not accept a negative test.
So far, seven of the scheduled performances will not accept a negative test, while four will.
Among those not accepting a negative COVID-19 test are the Kansas City Ballet, Kansas City Symphony, Lyric Opera of Kansas City and the Harriman-Jewell Series.
A full list of what will be required at each event is listed here.
Masks and photo IDs will still be required for all guests, at all performances.