Know Before You Go
For a list of the new Health & Safety guidelines in place for the June 19 Shock game against Northern Arizona Wranglers, please CLICK HERE.
There will be two separate sections for attendees to choose from when purchasing tickets. The vaccinated sections are reserved for people 16 and older who are fully vaccinated. Children aged 5-15 may either show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test 72 hours prior to admission. Children under the age of 5 do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to be admitted to the vaccinated section when accompanied by a vaccinated adult. Unvaccinated sections are reserved from anyone unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated or who does not wish to disclose their vaccination status.
Tickets purchased in unvaccinated sections must be purchased in quantities of four to accommodate social distancing protocols.
For tickets purchased in vaccinated sections, proof of vaccination must be readily available when entering the venue; please see below.
The following are acceptable as proof of full vaccination: Vaccination card (which includes name of person vaccinated, type of vaccine provided and date last dose administered) OR a photo of a vaccination card as a separate document OR a photo of the attendee's vaccine card stored on a phone or electronic device OR documentation of vaccination from a healthcare provider electronic health record or state Immunization Information System record. Self-reported vaccination records that are not verified by a health care provider cannot be accepted.
The following are acceptable as proof of a negative COVID-19 test result: printed document (from the test provider or laboratory) OR an email or text message displayed on a phone or electronic device from the test provider or laboratory. The information provided should include name of person tested, type of test performed, and date of negative test result (for PCR test, date of negative result must be within prior 72 hours; for antigen test, date of negative result must be within prior 24 hours). Self-reported negative test results that are not from a test provider, a laboratory, or a health care provider cannot be accepted.