Burning Flipside 2022 COVID-19 Policy

This COVID policy is out of date. For the 2023 policy, please see this page. This is left for historical purposes only.

*Lloyd the Wherehouse event policy which includes Church Night and other events available at the bottom of this page

Participation at Burning Flipside 2022 requires all participants who are medically eligible to receive the FDA approved COVID-19 vaccinations be fully vaccinated, as defined by the CDC.

At this time, this requires all participants of the age of 5 and up to have received a minimum of two Pfizer or Moderna vaccine injections or a single Johnson & Johnson vaccine injection at least 2 weeks (14 days) prior to their arrival on Burning Flipside land. 
Burning Flipside plans to continue to follow the CDC guidelines and will communicate and require any updates to this definition while taking into consideration the timing necessary for participants to receive additional injections. 

For example, an update that adds a third “booster” injection to the CDC’s definition of “fully vaccinated” announced less than two weeks prior to the event would not require participants to receive said booster to attend. However, an announcement of a lowering of the eligible age to receive vaccines announced in March would translate to a requirement that these younger participants be at least partially along their path to full vaccination status. 

This page will be kept up-to-date with any requirements.

Participants must show their proof of vaccination at the gate prior to entry. 

This requirement can be met by providing any one of three items that indicate the participant is fully vaccinated per the definition mentioned above.

  • The participant’s physical official vaccination card. No photos or copies will be accepted.
  • A state-issued immunization record. For Texas, see the state’s Requesting immunization records page.
  • A Level 2 Verified VaxYes digital vaccine card (gogetdoc.com/vaxyes)

The name on any of the above documents must match the name on the government-issued photo ID shown at the gate.


Only those with both proof of a legitimate medical exemption and a negative PCR test may be excused from the vaccine requirement.

These participants must present both a physical note (no photos or copies will be accepted) signed by a doctor on their official letterhead stating the participant is unable to receive the vaccine and documentation of a negative PCR test from no more than 48 hours prior to their arrival at the gate. The name on both note and PCR test must match the government-issued ID the participant is using. 

Flipside Warehouse (aka Lloyd the Wherehouse) Events

We changed Lloyd’s policy in September 2022. Read the details here.