Participants under the age of 16 are exempt, but must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult and prove that they have tested negative in a recent coronavirus test. There is no exception for people who cannot or do not want to be vaccinated.
The two-hour-plus show debuted in 2017 at the Walter Kerr Theater and ran for 236 performances. Like these shows, the next series will run from Tuesday to Saturday. It’s a demanding schedule for a 70-year-old rockstar, but he said he has no plans to slow down after six decades on the stage. “I am at a point in my life as a player and in my artistic life where I have never felt so vital” Mr. Springsteen told the New York Times last year.
He also said that the experience of life cannot be replaced. “When I see young bands, I tell them you have to learn to play live. It’s still important, and it’s an experience that cannot be simulated yet.
More Broadway shows will be back in September. And the Toronto Star, for its part, anticipates problems ahead. The vaccination rules governing Mr Springsteen’s show, according to the newspaper, could “be just the start of bureaucratic vaccine woes, as the world begins to reopen with a patchwork of different approved vaccines.”