Tulum’s Zamna Will Require Negative Covid Test or Vaccination Certificate

Events are finally taking place again, but of course, with new conditions. Organisers of Tulum’s Zamna has just announced that attendees will have to provide “a negative [Covid] test or vaccination certificate with a maximum of 48 hours in advance”. Furthermore, “all events in April will have limited capacity” to ensure a Covid-free area.

Ever since the post, organisers have been prompt in answering questions regarding this requirement. Here’s what we gathered through the comments section based on the most frequently asked questions:

  • Both PCR and antigen tests are accepted as testing options;
  • Test results have to be submitted for every weekend;
  • Organisers will be sharing locations and details health centres and mobile units in Tulum for testing purposes.

Zamna had originally been scheduled to take place around New Year’s. Despite the postponement, the lineup stays strong. Claptone is set to play April 4, while Black Coffee is set for April 24. Boris Brejcha is also set to play on April 25. Tickets for the full list of events are available here.