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The Factory updates new COVID-19 entry policy, with refunds allowed

The Factory updates new COVID-19 entry policy, with refunds allowed

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Sneak peek of the Factory in Chesterfield

The Factory entertainment venue in Chesterfield is shown on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. The venue opened this summer. Photo by Jon Gitchoff

Update: The Factory in Chesterfield has updated its COVID-19 policy requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test for entry. 

The policy now allows for point-of-purchase refunds through Sept. 3 for tickets purchased before Aug. 16.

Negative COVID-19 tests must be within 72 hours of showtime, rather than 48 hours before.  

Get more information at thefactorystl.com.


Original article: New concert venue the Factory in Chesterfield is the latest to require proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test 48 hours before entry for concerts and events.

The policy is effective immediately. Guests can present a printed copy or mobile photo of their vaccine card with matching ID.

“Live music is back. Let's keep it that way,” the Factory said in a statement. No refunds will be available, the venue said.

The new policy follows similar rules at the Pageant, Delmar Hall, Off Broadway, Red Flag, Blue Strawberry and other venues.

The Beach Boys and John Stamos perform Aug. 19 at the Factory. The venue opened July 16 with a sold-out show by deadmau5.

Get more information at thefactorystl.com.

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