Percussion Championship Finals on Saturday, April 16th will require pandemic-related protocols.
Recently, SCPA released updates regarding pandemic-related modifications for Championships as “necessary to ensure these events are able to take place this year”.
SCPA Finals at Toyota Arena requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for anyone entering the building including performers, instructors, parents and spectators. See more info at Toyota Arena’s Welcome Back guide.
Effective February 16, 2022, per the State of California Department of Public Health and San Bernardino County a Mega Event with large crowds greater than 1000 attendees the following is required:
- All ticketed guests 2 years of age and up will be required to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID–19 test (within one day of the event for a rapid antigen test or within two days for a PCR test). No home tests will be accepted.
- Patrons 18 years of age and older are required to provide a matching valid I.D.
- Vaccinated guests entering Toyota Arena are no longer required to wear a mask. Unvaccinated guests will need to continue wearing a mask except while actively eating or drinking.
2022 Finals Retreat:
SCPA plans to proceed with traditional full retreat for SCPA Finals. Since a Championship Retreat usually features over 1,500 performers to fill the entire arena floor, this year there is a mask requirement for all performers and ensembles will be excused one by one. Additionally, distribution of medals and celebration will be outside, rather than on the arena floor.