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Tortuga Music Festival announces new entry requirements.

The festival, which has been rescheduled from its original date in 2020, is just a couple of weeks away. In preparation for country music fans descending on the beaches of Ft. Lauderdale, the festival has announced new entry requirements.

According to the Tortuga Music Festival website:

Prior to entry into the festival, attendees will be required to provide a printed copy of a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of entering the festival each day you attend. The COVID-19 test result must include your name, date of test, and test result. Patrons who are fully vaccinated may show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination instead of proof of negative test.

The site also says that testing will be available on-site for $50.

Guests are also encouraged to wear a mask if they’d like to.

There is also a new bag policy as well. The policy is as follows:

  • Clear reusable vinyl or PVC bags (max. size 12″x 6″x12″)
  • Small clutch bags – about the size of a hand, and does not need to be clear (max. size 4.5″ x 6.5″)
  • Hydration packs (1.5 L or smaller, no pockets), medically necessary bags & diaper bags will not need to be clear.
  • No plastic grocery/shopping bags will be permitted

Click here to read more on the new entry requirements and bag policy >>

Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and Tim McGraw are headlining the annual festival being held November 12-14.

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