After multiple discussions with numerous people, looking at the numbers, and listening to everyone’s concerns I have made the difficult and deeply disappointing, but ultimately right decision, to postpone the tour until we all feel like we are safely on the other side of this shit.
Getting to do stand-up again after being unable to for almost a year and a half (an eternity for stand-ups!) has been mentally life-saving for me. I was very much looking forward to this tour, and we’ve been having so much fun here in NY getting this show together but…there’s just no way around this decision right now.
And please know I was not being cavalier at all about safety on this tour. From the beginning, I demanded that every venue require proof of vaccination as well as strongly encouraging mask use. And the venues were cool about it. But still, I get it. I suppose I was a little naïve about what everyone else is going through. I want to do this tour the right way so will regroup with everyone and I guess shoot for…spring? Is that when everything is supposed to get better? I plan on continuing to do the show weekly here in NYC so if you’re in town please do come see the show.
Enhanced Safety Requirements
A proof of vaccination or a negative test result within 72 hours of the event will be required in order to enter the venue, and David highly encourages everyone to wear masks throughout the show when they aren't eating or drinking.
*Must be 12+ to attend
Updated COVID-19 Policy for Pabst Theater Group Venues
THE PABST THEATER GROUP REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING FOR ENTRY TO ALL SHOWS:
- Valid proof of full vaccination for all guests over 12 years of age (final dose must be at least 14 days prior to event)
- Valid proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the show for all guests over 12 years of age
- Guests under 12 years of age are not required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, but are required to wear masks.
- Masks are encouraged for all guests, but not required unless under 12 years of age
The Pabst Theater Group requests customers comply with all CDC guidelines relating to masks.
Current CDC Guidelines:
Certain events may have enhanced safety policies relating to vaccine, testing or masks based on artist request, local guidelines or other outstanding conditions.
To ensure you have the most current information please check the individual Event Page for additional guidelines and requirements specific to the event you are attending
Parking & Directions
Please note that group rates are typically offered for groups of 20 or more, but are sometimes offered for groups of 10 or more. Discounts range from 10-20% but vary from show to show (not all shows support a group rate due to high demand or other restrictions).
SMALL PURSES ONLY, PLEASE. PURSES ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH
To efficiently create a positive and safe experience for all patrons, only small purses (13″W x 4″D x 9″H and smaller) are allowed into the theater and all are subject to search.
All other bags including backpacks and oversized purses are strictly prohibited and bag storage is NOT available at The Pabst, The Riverside, Turner Hall Ballroom or The Back Room @ Colectivo.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE PROHIBITED AND ARE NOT ALLOWED INTO ANY OF THE VENUES.
Weapons, laser pens, signs, banners, electronic smoking devices (vapes, Juuls, etc.), oversized bags, backpacks, outside food and beverages including water, cans, bottles, alcohol, illegal substances, iPads/tablets, selfie sticks, laptops, professional audio recording devices (unless approved by artist), and any professional photography equipment. The use of vape pens inside the venues are prohibited as well.
PLAN AHEAD: LEAVE YOURSELF EXTRA TIME Plan to arrive 30 minutes before you want to be in your seat to allow time to go through our security check. Please leave large bags at home or in your car.
We are not responsible for any personal property that is lost, stolen, or damaged.
Thank you for helping to make all of our events efficient, enjoyable and safe for all.