For the protection of our performers, production staff and volunteers, attendees, and burlesque Legends, all attendees to the 2022 BHoF Weekender will be required to be fully vaccinated. Vaccinations are recognized as the single most effective way to reduce the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19, and thus the best way to reduce the risk of attending the Weekender for our beloved burlesque Legends and other immune-compromised people in our community.
Definition of “Fully Vaccinated”
Please come ready to show your vaccination card (or official app or digital photo) when you pick up your wristbands. All attendees will be required to have a current vaccination, as defined in the table below. We will be using these tables on-site to verify vaccination status for attendees who have not yet received a booster.
|Vaccinated?||Vaccine type||Months since vaccination||Boosted?||Are you considered “currently” vaxxed?|
|Yes||Pfizer or Moderna||less than 6||N/A||Yes|
|6 or more||Yes||Yes|
|Johnson & Johnson||less than 2||N/A||Yes|
|2 or more||Yes||Yes|
Ticket Transfer/Refund Policy
Please note, this is an ever-evolving situation and we reserve the right to change our guidelines in response to updated conditions and guidance.
Please check back soon for requirements for international visitors.
Because this is a fully vaccinated event, we are not requiring masks be worn during BHoF events. We recommend all attendees follow current CDC guidance regarding mask-wearing when in contact with other persons or in public areas. Note that this requirement may change in very short notice depending on the situation in Clark County and advisements from the CDC or local health authorities. We recommend all attendees bring masks with them in case we find it necessary to impose a mask requirement at the last minute.