World Pediatric Project is committed to the health and safety of all Rock 'n' Heal guests and will follow the COVID-19 policy and protocols put in place by the staff at ASM Richmond for Bon Secours Training Center.
Below are a few of the steps World Pediatric Project and the Bon Secours Training Center is taking to ensure a safe and healthy experience for all guests:
- Face Masks - all patrons and guests must wear face masks at all times outside of their Party Pods
- Temperature Checks - all patrons and guests will be subject to temperature checks prior to entering the venue (guests that register a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher will be expected to leave)
- Social Distancing - all patrons and guests will be expected to follow social/physical distance protocols, to the best of their ability, as defined throughout the venue
- Restrooms - the utilization of restrooms will be monitored by staff and controlled to ensure proper social/physical distancing
- To view the full policy, click here: https://www.trainingcenterevents.com/health-safety
As of March 1, 2021, the Bon Secours Training Center is able to host socially distant outdoor events up to 1,000 people. If by May 21, 2021 the policy changes and we are unable to host Rock 'n' Heal up to 1,000 people, the event will still go on with the maximum number of participants allowed and will include our top supporters and volunteers. Other Rock 'n' Heal guests will be able to live stream the concert and we will have Party Packs available for pick up. We will keep all event guests in constant communication regarding event logistics.