State officials announced that Californians will no longer have to pull out their vaccination cards OR provide last minute negative Covid tests to attend large indoor events like concerts and games, starting April 1st. Verification of full vaccination against COVID-19 and pre-entry negative test results will be strongly recommended but are no longer required at indoor events with more than 1,000 people in attendance. Masks are also, strongly recommended at mega events but are not mandated by the state. Local jurisdictions can choose to keep the requirement in place, and so can the venues. In Los Angeles County, guests of indoor mega events with more than 1,000 attendees still have to show proof of full vaccination or negative test results prior to entry. Last month, California dropped its indoor mask mandate at most places, shifting to an “endemic” approach to the coronavirus that emphasizes prevention and quick reaction to outbreaks over mandates and closures. Either way, its always best to double check the venue before just showing up.
Source - KTLA