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Victoria’s Seated Entertainment, Cultural and Sporting Venues Can Now Welcome Bigger Crowds – Concrete Playground

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Melburnians, next time you visit a cinema, concert venue or sports facility, you’re likely to have a bit more company. Late on Friday, April 9, the Victorian Government announced the easing on capacity limits on some seated entertainment, cultural and sporting venues throughout the state — and the new rules came into effect at midnight the same day (so, last night).

In spaces that can host up to 1000 people, no caps are now in place. These seated venues can fill to capacity, and without any distancing requirements. That includes theatres, music halls, concert halls, auditoriums, museums, galleries and physical recreation sites, and spans both indoor and outdoor facilities. Both the 1000-person size and the seated component are…



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