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The health of visitors to Inside Dalí is our number one priority. The producers are dedicated to complying with the New Zealand Events Sector Voluntary Code.

Inside Dalí will adhere to the latest New Zealand Government updates and guidelines, which may be subject to change.

Thank you for your understanding and support in helping to keep everyone safe.

Life in the traffic light system:

With the government's announcement to move to the Orange Traffic Light setting of the COVID-19 Protection Framework from Wed 13 April 2022 at 11.59pm, there are now no limits to how many people can attend an event at Spark Arena.

These include

QR code scanning and contract tracing is no longer required.

Hand sanitising stations are present and good hand hygiene practices are encouraged for all visitors. Frequent cleaning is undertaken, and deep cleaning will be scheduled in the event of any COVID-positive instances. There are no touch points inside the experience.

Inside Dalí allows for plenty of space to practice social distancing. There are no capacity limits in place on the number of people who attend Inside Dalí when a region is under “Orange '' or “Green '' as per the New Zealand Government Traffic Light system. We strongly encourage social distancing and mask-use.

Don’t be alarmed if you see staff wearing PPE – it is not mandatory.

If you feel unwell, have COVID-19 symptoms, are in a household with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, or are subject to isolation requirements, please stay home. 

Should any session/s be impacted by COVID-19, tickets may be fully refunded or exchanged. Refunds and exchanges will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis and subject to availability. Please contact Ticketmaster for further information.

Feel free to wear your own mask and gloves. Don’t be alarmed if you see staff wearing PPE – it is not mandatory.

Stay home if you feel unwell.

Keep a 1-metre distance from others.