Are you able to go a music competition? Would you favor to go to stated music competition with masks on or off? And the way comfortable are you being shoulder to shoulder with folks in a crowd? These are a number of of the 11 questions on a survey launched Tuesday by Fredericton’s Harvest Jazz and Blues Pageant. And organizers say the solutions to these questions may form these exhibits come September, simply as COVID-19 restrictions are set to elevate. “The purpose of the survey is to get a way from folks as to what their present – and probably September – consolation ranges will probably be like,” stated Brent Staeben, the director of music programming for Harvest Jazz and Blues.
The survey, out there on the competition‘s social media pages, additionally asks potential patrons if they might be comfy with being requested for a report of vaccination, or proof of a current unfavorable take a look at for Staeben says the competition will probably be primarily formed by the protection pointers from the province’s Division of Well being, however the suggestions may have an affect.
“Sure, there may very well be issues we discover on this survey that permit us to rethink earlier plans and probably be extra just like the competition we have all the time been,” stated Staeben. Scheduled for September 14 to 19, this 12 months will mark the so-called 30th anniversary of the competition. That is after final 12 months‘s toned down affair was dubbed the “29 and-a-half 12 months” model – to save lots of the large commemoration for bigger crowds.