We let in one party at a time and the maximum number in the audience is 50 people per concert. The balcony is closed and all guests will be placed at tables regardless of their ticket category. You may be placed at a different table than the one you originally booked, but we will of course try to place you and your party as close to the place you initially booked, in cases where this is possible. You will never be placed with anyone from another party.
If you and your party have not booked tickets together, we ask you to notify us via firstname.lastname@example.org no later than two days before the concert so that we can place you together, if you so wish.
The tables will be placed with plenty of distance to the next party and we have taken measures to avoid crowding and queues. We ask you to respect the instructions that are in place and the Public Health Agency's guidelines such as keeping your physical distance, very good hand hygiene and staying at home at the slightest sign of illness. Hand disinfectant and good opportunities to wash your hands are on site.
The café will be open and ordering, serving and payment will take place without you having to get up from the table. We prefer that you pay by card or Swish.
The time when the artist gets on stage is approximate and depends on how long it takes for all visitors to get in and settle down in a safe way. Please arrive on time for everyone's convenience.
As before, the premises are thoroughly cleaned both before, during and after events, now with extra focus on disinfection of, for example, surfaces, handles and buttons.
We urge everyone, both staff, artists and visitors, to stay home at the slightest symptom of illness.
- We follow information and advice from authorities closely and the situation may change quickly. More events may be affected. Stay up to date on the situation on the website.
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