Rules for visitors

Rules for visitors to concerts and other cultural events held at the ŠKODA Museum

Each visitor/spectator is required to furnish proof of compliance with at least one of the entry conditions listed below:

  • Negative RT-PCR test result not older than 7 days;
  • Negative RAT antigen test not older than 72 hours (schoolchildren may provide an affidavit to confirm that they have taken such test at school);
  • Lab-certified proof of having had COVID-19 less than 180 days prior to the event date;
  • COVID-19 vaccinations (two-dose vaccines: second dose; one-dose vaccines: first dose) completed more than 14 days before the event date;
  • Healthcare provider-issued certificate of completing an RAT antigen test under supervision of a healthcare staff member through an online service, no more than 24 hours before the event, with a negative result.

EACH VISITOR SHALL WEAR A RESPIRATOR WITHOUT AN EXHALATION VALVE, MINIMUM FFP2 STANDARD (KN95/N95), THROUGHOUT THE EVENT DURATION.


An on-site self-test with a negative result will be accepted in exceptional cases, subject to agreement with the organising team.


Please note that a workplace self-test certificate (even a test conducted on ŠKODA AUTO premises) does not meet these conditions of entry to cultural events.


Event participation is prohibited for any person that shows clinical signs of COVID-19 or does not meet the above conditions (except for children under 6 years of age).

The event organiser is obliged to check compliance with the above conditions, and each visitor is obliged to furnish proof of such compliance. Should a visitor fail to prove compliance with the above conditions, the organiser is forbidden to admit them to the event. In such case the organiser is not obliged to return the ticket money.

Effective as of 1 September 2021, the above applies under the Special CZ Government Measure.

Thank you for your understanding.