COVID-19 LIVE SHOWS & SESSIONS SAFETY GUIDELINES/POLICY

We have established live shows & sessions safety guidelines which will be in effect once Artists on the Move is operational with live shows & sessions activities. These guidelines will be reviewed and revised on an ongoing basis, and will be posted in our newsletter, group Facebook page and our website. We will stay informed on all the government updates both locally and nationally. We will be cautious and safety focused on all events and activities, and will closely evaluate every new environment where we have schedule activities.

 

Our guidelines apply to all performers, Artists on the Move clients and their respective family members and those driving them to and from activities.

 

  • All shows will keep performers safely distanced from each other at a minimum of 6 feet apart.

  • All live shows will have the stage/performance set up set up with sufficient distance between the performers and show personnel.

  • Nobody will be permitted on stage until they are called up to set up their equipment.

  • Only the owner(s) of the equipment will touch their equipment, and if changes are needed it will be directed by show personnel.

  • Performers will remain with their family and not gather in social circles while the state transition through the government guidelines is in effect.

  • All singers will be required to have their own microphones and equipment disinfectants for both sessions and shows.

  • All performers will have a designated party to store their instrument cases with so they are kept a safe distance from other show participants.

  • All performers should not bring any more equipment than what is requested.

  • Shows may require more set up time under this new plan, and all specifics will be provided in the gig agreements along with a copy of this new structure.

  • Masks are encouraged for both the audience and performers and will be relaxed in alignment with the state protocols.

  • Disinfecting solutions will be visible at all shows and sessions, and office surfaces and the office restroom will be cleaned daily.

  • No gathering in green rooms and performer spaces will be permitted.

  • All artists should use bathroom facilities in public places before going to the barn sessions. Use of the personal residence will not be permitted until further notice.

  • Only one performer at a time will be permitted in the office and barn session locations.

  • All performers/clients should cancel appointments if they are symptomatic.

  • Future shows will be reviewed for safety issues and will be rescheduled if it’s determined to be unsafe.

  • Any third-party organizations we are affiliated with will provide us their Covid-19 policies which will be available to share with clients.

  • Venue managers will be contacted to obtain a summary on the venues Covid-19 policies.

  • In the transition months, we will minimize heavily attended events in favor of events in controlled-safe environments. Also, outdoor events will be pursued more than indoor events in the early months, and all safety procedures will continue to be evaluated.

  • In lieu of sessions, we will be providing options to do other activities like we are now with the driveway photo shoots using long lenses.