Madball, Bloodclot, Wisdom In Chains, Etc. Show At New York City’s Tompkins Square Park Under Investigation Over COVID-19 Capacity Limits

As previously reported, Madball, Murphy’s Law, Bloodclot, Wisdom In Chains, and The Captures played a big show at Tompkins Square Park in New York City on April 24. Now, Gothamist are reporting that the event is under investigation by the New York City Department Of Parks and Recreation due to violations of safety protocols that were put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. This includes exceeding capacity limits and a lack of social distancing and masks. Black N Blue Productions put on the show and nearly 3,000 people were said to have attended. However, New York currently only allows outdoor events to operate with 200 people or 500 with proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. A spokesperson for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation commented:

“This matter is actively being investigated as the permit application filed and agreement appear to have been violated — future permits are in jeopardy.”

2 responses to “Madball, Bloodclot, Wisdom In Chains, Etc. Show At New York City’s Tompkins Square Park Under Investigation Over COVID-19 Capacity Limits

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