The Covid-19 situation has been constantly adapting and making it difficult to operate events globally. Although the initial sentiment suggested that all systems were go for international flights to Spain, the Spanish government has made a dramatic U-turn due to a huge rise in infections on the island related to the Delta variant.
Venues in San Antonio remain open but with stringent social distancing measures. We will still be running Meltdown as the last minute change doesn’t allow sufficient time for some of our long haul passengers to change their travel plans. All customers have been emailed and offered the option to postpone tickets to 2022.
Events will follow the strict social distancing laws and abide by curfews. This is not the news we wanted, however we appreciate the patience from our amazing Meltdown customers and will endeavour to bring the Meltdown vibes whilst on the island.
Dubai carrier Emirates and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways have partnered with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to trial the IATA Travel Pass – a mobile app that helps passengers manage their travel and conform with relevant government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information.
As the World races to administer Covid-19 vaccines globally, governments continue to enforce lockdowns to flatten the curve of the spreading virus.
Whilst is looks unlikely that major festivals (50k + attendees) around the World will be able to operate during festival season, smaller festival as well as travel and tourism is looking more promising with huge efforts both locally and globally to increase vaccinations and preventative measures to keep travellers safe.
The UK is the first to announce a Covid-19 vaccine.
The vaccine produced by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer is the first to be approved by any government and has created a great sense of optimism as it is rolled out nationwide to frontline workers and those in the highest risk categories. More updates to follow.
With the announcement of several companies emerging with effective vaccines for the Covid-19 virus, the World economy has seen a boost with investors displaying a renewed confidence in a 2021 market recovery. This is also reflecting positively for travel and tourism with several governments planning to roll out vaccines in the first quarter of 2021, provided they pass safety assurance tests.
Companies such as Ticket Master have commented on new systems that require a Covid-Free check in system with proof of a vaccination or recently passed test for the virus prior to entry to events and festivals. More updates to follow.
The tourism and leisure industry has witnessed a spike in sales for International events in 2021 as speculation grows over a new Covid-19 vaccine. More information to come.
Tickets for Ibiza Meltdown 2021 are official on sale NOW!
But what happens if there is still a pandemic?
All tickets will be valid for future events should there be a postponed date or a cancellation of a scheduled Meltdown event. Ticket holders will also be entitled to a refund.
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