FURIOUS anti-vaxxers accused Bruce Springsteen of “segregation” as his show reopened on Broadway in front of a vaccinated crowd.
Demonstrators came out Saturday ahead of The Boss’s show, Springsteen on Broadway, holding signs and chanting in protest of the theatre’s policy that required attendees to bring proof of vaccination.
Protesters gathered outside of the theatre holding signs with messages like, “No vax passports,” e “Bruce Springsteen is for segregation on Broadway.”
Em um ponto, the demonstrators chanted, “What do you want? Liberdade. When do we want it? Agora.”
Jujamcyn, the company that owns the St James Theatre in Manhattan, has a policy requiring all attendees over 16 to show proof of vaccination except for “those who need reasonable accommodations due to disability or sincerely held religious belief.”
For those who are not vaccinated, proof of a negative Covid-19 test must be provided.
Everyone who attends the shows and is not vaccinated is required to wear a mask.
The demonstrators didn’t appear to put a damper on the show’s opening, Springsteen’s first performance on Broadway since December 2018.
The Boss will play shows throughout the summer until September when most shows return to Broadway after the Covid pandemic shut them down.
He played to a packed theatre, including a few famous faces like E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, and U.S. Transportation Secretary and former president candidate Pete Buttigieg.
A similar anti-vax protest occurred earlier this month when the Foo Fighters played at Agoura Hills club, according to the LA Times.
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The theatre had similar requirements, leading to protests accusing the club of “segregation.”
“Those of us who have healthy immune systems should be able to enjoy these freedoms just like anybody else,” a protester told KCAL news.
Springsteen on Broadway initially ran from October 2017 a dezembro 2018 and was based on the rocker’s autobiography, Born to Run.