Aronoff Center and Music Hall using the new Vaccine Passport app

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Guests only need to show their entry pass on the Bindle app on site, “eliminating the need to carry paper verification and identification,” the Cincinnati Arts Association said in a statement. .Photo: Cincinnati Arts Association

Greater Cincinnati sites continue to require customers to provide proof of COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test before attending events ranging from concerts to plays – typically anything inside with a crowd.

This includes the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall, both of which require COVID vaccination or negative COVID status and a mask for entry.

To help streamline this process, the Cincinnati Arts Association – the venue’s parent organization – has adopted a free app called Bindle. Now, guests attending events at Music Hall and the Aronoff Center can upload their vaccination card or negative COVID results, along with identification, to obtain a special pass. “Guests will then only have to show their entrance pass to the site, eliminating the need for verification and paper identification,” Cincinnati Arts said. Association in a press release.

“We are thrilled to offer this new health checker app at the Aronoff Center and Music Hall – at no cost to our ticket holders,” said Todd Duesing, vice president and chief operating officer of the Cincinnati Arts Association, in a statement. “We hope that our guests will use this secure and efficient tool to simplify and speed up their entry into our sites. We are delighted to once again raise the curtain of an exceptional season at the Aronoff and Music Hall, and we are committed to providing a safe environment for our audience to enjoy our events.

Guests do not HAVE use the Bindle app – they can continue to provide their own paper results and their own ID. But the Cincinnati Arts Association notes that “Bindle does not require biometrics and no personal health information is shared with Bindle or the venue. Guests can securely store COVID-19 test results and vaccine records using Bindle’s military-grade encryption, keeping their personal identity and health information strictly private.

Bad is currently on stage at the Aronoff, and David Sedaris will be at Music Hall on November 30.

For more information on the app, visit cincinnatiarts.org.

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