March 9th, 2022; Podcast-A-Palooza COVID-19 Health & Safety

Podcast-A-Palooza® (PCAP) recognizes COVID-19 has had broad and lasting effects on how all in-person events can safely be conducted. PCAP understands management of future events will be critical to ensure the safety of all participants and staff. PCAP remains unfailingly dedicated to the sexual, physical, and mental health of our attendees.

Further to our update from January 19 (found here)

The city of Palm Springs, California have updated their policies on mask and vaccination mandates. 

Mask Mandates

As of February 28th, 2022 the city of Palm Springs has removed the mask mandate previously required for all indoor areas, restaurants and bars.

For more information on this change please visit this website

Beginning Monday, Feb. 28, the City of Palm Springs will no longer require masks indoors or proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 tests in bars and restaurants, aligning its pandemic safety requirements with the state’s policies and guidance. Please note that all federal and state requirements must still be followed.

Vaccination Requirement

The city of Palm Springs has also removed the necessity for a vaccination card to be shown when dining indoors at bars and restaurants. 

For more information on these guidelines please visit

Hotel Protocols

Please note below the current clean environment protocols that our host hotel has engaged to keep our community as safe as possible.

  • Sanitizer stations have increased in numbers at entrances and high traffic locations like elevators and lobbies.
  • Implementing physical distancing layouts, markers, and signage in restaurants and bars, common areas, meeting and event spaces, and amenities.
  • Using commercial-grade MERV-13 rated air filters and opening doors and windows to improve ventilation whenever possible.
  • Utilizing highly effective and sustainable Ecolab cleaning products to clean and disinfect throughout the properties.
  • Increasing the frequency and intensity of cleaning and disinfecting high-touch, high-traffic areas at every property, such as light switches, door handles, remotes, elevator buttons, thermostats, and more.
  • Requiring team members to wear personal protective equipment including masks and gloves.
  • Enhancing cleaning and sanitation standards throughout guestrooms, event spaces, common areas, heart-of-house spaces and more.
Fostering a shared responsibility for the well-being of all staff, PCAP attendees, suppliers, security, and our lifestyle community is one of our guiding principles. PCAP continues to be committed to our passion of creating and delivering a curated and fun event in a safe, sexy, healthy and comfortable environment.

For more information on COVID19 protocols within the City of Palm Springs please visit this website