(…) “I’m very glad that in a few weeks you will be able to pursue your artistic profession more widely again. Therefore I wish each and every one of you a successful restart, health and inspiration.” (Andrea Mayer, State Secretary for Arts and Culture)
The pleasure is ours. Just like after the relaxations following the first lockdown, this means we will be able to welcome roughly 100 jazz lovers in our club per show. We have prepared a “Covid prevention strategy” that stood the test from the start and will now ‒ with a few adaptations ‒ be implemented again. As we have already announced, our streaming service “The show must go (on)line” will be continued, so for everyone who does not want to (or cannot) visit the venue there is still our well-established digital jazz delivery service.
The basics are known ‒ proof of a negative test, distance & FFP2 mask. By the way, there is a test facility just around the corner, open until 9 p.m. Curfew will be set for 10 p.m., so this means as of 19 May shows will start at 8 p.m. sharp. As for further details we have to wait for a legally valid decree. We will keep you posted here. Welcome to the real or virtual club!