Patrons cannot all stand at the front of the stage like they are accustomed; moshing and crowd surfing are violations of social distancing per se and must be absolutely prohibited during this pandemic.
-High conspicuity gaff tape on the floor of an indoor space, or spray chalk, survey flags, and cones for outdoor spaces, to mark six foot (two meter) separation.
-Rope barriers and stanchions or bike rack to physically separate patrons.
-Open areas patrolled by workers performing the guest services functions of providing information, enforcing rules, and modeling healthy behavior.
-Messaging to patrons before and during the event through electronic messaging and physical signage.
-Messaging by the performer during the event.
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