Major League Wrestling is officially welcoming live crowds back with their upcoming event in Philadelphia, and now the promotion has revealed more information about their COVID-19 protocols to ensure a safe environment for fans.
This week’s episode of MLW Fusion saw Court Bauer confirm the July 10 show in Philadelphia will have a live audience, and have now issued the following information for those wishing to attend.
Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced its covid protocols for its return to the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia on Saturday July 10. The event will be a MLW TV taping.
Limited tickets available at: www.MLW2300.com.
The health and wellbeing of fans, the athletes, staff, and crew are of the utmost importance to MLW and the 2300 Arena.
The 2300 Arena is following city and state guidelines for the latest capacity requirements and safety standards.
The 2300 Arena recently replaced all its filters in their air system to HEPA grade. They also added UV lights inside their HVAC system.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available for patrons throughout the arena.
All seating will be socially distanced for safety, allowing fans to sit with their party but following CDC recommendations regarding other attendees and spacing.
There will be a covid compliance officer on site for the 2300 Arena as well as an additional covid compliance officer from Major League Wrestling to ensure all protocols are maintained.
Attendees, staff, crew, and athletes will be temperature checked upon entrance and must wear a mask while inside the venue.
Pennsylvania’s new guidelines as of 4/4/2021 allow 25% maximum occupancy limits for indoor events. The indoor capacity is expected to rise to 35% after April 30th.
Limited tickets available at: MLW2300.com.
General Public Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. with a bell time of 7:00 p.m. The event day schedule is as follows:
5:30 p.m.: Early entry VIP (exclusive for price level 1 ticket holders)
6:00 p.m.: Doors open for general public (all ticket holders)
7:00 p.m.: Showtime
MLW hired their own COVID-19 compliance officer (C19CO) in August; the position is responsible for establishing and enforcing COVID-19 safety protocols, training staff, and monitoring compliance on all sets and venues.