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Brooklyn Mirage Will No Longer Require Vaccine Passports

| June 17, 2021

Fear no more Brooklyn, due to New York’s speedy vaccination rate, Brooklyn Mirage will no longer require vaccine passports from attendees. The venue made the announcement on their Made Event Facebook relaying the information to their supporters and club goers. Not only is this exciting information, it’s just in time for the summer season.

This is all happening because New York recently confirmed 70% of adults now have the COVID-19 vaccination. This is wonderful news not only to the clubs but to the rest of the state and U.S. The state is now lifting most of their COVID-19 restrictions immediately. Hopefully this will allow more in and out of travel.

What the Future Holds

This summer Brooklyn Mirage has already announced their dates and event lineups. Made Event is bringing you artists such as Deadmau5, Rezz, Diplo, Zedd, Chris Lake, and many more. Meduza is set to play July 1st followed by Rezz on July 2nd. Majority of these shows are reschedules from the plagued year of 2020. We all know how disappointed some of us were when our favorite artist shows were canceled due to the pandemic. Brooklyn Mirage is catering to us and making sure we are able to attend the events they originally promised.

In Conclusion

New York is putting up one of the best fights against COVID-19 and they are reaping the benefits. Their vaccination levels grow every day which allows them to return back to their daily routines with a little more appreciation. The summer is filling up with exciting shows and people are able to socialize face to face again. Brooklyn Mirage lifting their serious but understandable vaccine rules is only the beginning of what’s to come. Also, don’t forget to stay tuned for info on Electric Zoo in September.

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