Yes, all attendees must be up to date with COVID vaccines.
Sorry but no. If you are unable to attend due to vaccination requirements, we will be offering a number of activities online this year.
- Original, photocopy, or photograph of CDC-issued COVID vaccination card
- Original, photocopy, or photograph of WHO-recognized international COVID vaccination card
- Digital SMART Health Card with a QR code (e.g., from the myColorado app) – see a list of issuers here
The following CDC-recognized vaccines will be accepted:
2 doses of any of the following:
or 1 dose of the Janssen-Johnson & Johnson vaccine
We will only be asking attendees to display records at the time badges are issued. No vaccine information will be stored.
Any attendee who forges vaccine status credentials will be ejected from Mysterium and referred to law enforcement. That person will also be permanently banned from attending any future Mysterium or other events sponsored by Falling Man Group.
Although they are encouraged, we do not at this time plan to require masks. However, we will enforce any federal health mandates, as well as those issued by the State of Colorado or the City and County of Denver. We will also enforce any policies set by our hotel.
Please do not attend. Contact us and we will arrange for a refund of your registration.
Please notify us as soon as you suspect anything. We are not staffed to provide serious first-aid but we have resources such as a non-contact thermometer and a list of nearby medical services for use as needed. We also advise notifying the hotel front desk so they can take appropriate precautions for their staff.
For transportation, contact your carrier for their cancellation policies. Hotel rooms booked at the Mysterium rate may be canceled up until the day of arrival without penalty, after which time the fee will be equal to one night including taxes.
Meow Wolf tickets may be refunded until June 30. After that time, tickets will be nonrefundable under any circumstances.
This is a personal decision you will have to make. We encourage attendees to stay aware of current local infection rates and risks via the COVID-19 portal at the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment here: https://covid19.colorado.gov/
No. There is an inherent risk in travel as well as any large gatherings. While vaccines are effective at reducing the risk of infection and serious illness, there is still some risk of infection. Decide for yourself if you are comfortable with this risk.