On 12th July 2021 nightclubs and other venues with large crowds were urged to make use of the NHS COVID Pass, which shows proof of vaccination, a recent negative test or natural immunity as a means of entry. Although COVID-status certification is not currently mandated by law, the latest Government guidance states that venues such as ours – where people are likely to be in close proximity to others outside their household – are encouraged to use the NHS COVID Pass to certify COVID status for all visitors. For entry to Live music events at Stylus within LUU, you will need to demonstrate your COVID-19 status by providing either:
Proof of full vaccination – both doses received (with the second at least 14 days prior to the arrival at the venue) or NHS exemption medical certificate. Proof of vaccine status can be obtained by using the NHS App which we recommend you download and set up in advance of your visit to the venue.
Proof of a negative NHS Rapid Lateral Flow Test (such test to be taken within 24 hours prior to attending the event at the venue); or Proof of natural immunity based upon a positive PCR test within 180 days of arrival at the venue (and after the 10-day self-isolation period following the result) or NHS exemption medical certificate.
We expect that government guidance related to attending nightclubs and other venues may change in the coming weeks and months. Whilst this information is correct at this time we strongly recommend checking the criteria for attending events prior to the event taking place to check that any requirements for access have not changed. We reserve the right to refuse entry to our venue should the appropriate proof of covid status not be provided. The entire responsibility for ensuring the correct proof for entry is provided lies with the ticket holder. We will endeavour to communicate any updates or changes and will always display the most up to date requirements on our website but we hold no responsibility for the appropriate proof not being provided should entry be refused.