Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado opens up tomorrow for Yoga On The Rocks. They sent out a message regarding their contingencies and the public is taking this into a conversation via Reddit.
The message is as follows:
This could very well be a trial to how outdoor venue events may look for the remainder of the year. We’ll see if it passes the test.
As of right now, we know that ticketing is still up for refunds or sticking the event out with fewer crowds. With social distancing rules applied, it might not be a bad thing to do so. Though, you run the risk of your health.
About Yoga On The Rocks
For those that may be concerned, please know that this event is capped at 175 people. This means limited vehicle entrances and one exit point. Guests are welcome 1 hour after sunset, with exercise groups not to exceed 10 members. Concessions will only be sold at the top of the plaza, while the visitor center is closed. Trails are closed for habitat protection and there is no entry after 7:30 pm.
You will be required to wear face masks inside the venue at all times. Visitors can view the Amphitheatre from the top but there is no seating area access. For more information regarding their safety rules, you can view in on their website here.
YOTR takes place Friday through Sunday, with the Quarantine 15 Challenge happening at 10 am on select days. This is an extraordinary event in one of the most beautiful venues in the world. Get your exhilarating workout in from a different perspective. Anyone that is not feeling well should not attend. All will be subject to temperature screenings upon entry.
Let’s be patient as venues try to reopen slowly for us and test the waters of normalcy.