Tool Make Important Health Announcement To Fans


Tool is set perform at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA on February 20. It turns out the venue has changed some virus protocols.

Virus protocols changed for Tool show

The Wells Fargo Center announced on Wednesday that they would follow the new city policy and are dropping the requirement for guests to show proof of vaccination or a negative virus test to enter the facility starting from the Flyers games, Sixers games before Tool’s concert.

Health Commissioner Dr. Cheryl Bettigole said the city will relax the requirement for restaurants based on a continued decline in infections and hospitalizations. The change takes effect immediately and applies to all establishments that serve food or drinks, including sports venues like the Wells Fargo Center.

“Over the past two years, we’ve invested tens of millions of dollars in state-of-the-art health and safety measures at Wells Fargo Center, and those investments have been a major success. Now, we’re ready to start getting back to normal, and so are our fans,” said Valerie Camillo, President of Business Operations for Wells Fargo Center and the Philadelphia Flyers. “There’s simply no better place to see a game, concert, or show than Wells Fargo Center, and the atmosphere that made Broad Street famous is finally coming back.”

Speaking about Tool, the band previously debuted a new song live on tourTool also recently returned to Las Vegas for the first time in almost a couple of years on a Saturday night. The veteran metal band has now staged two of its past 30 performances at T-Mobile Arena, the only venue that’s hosted Tool twice since the group released its fifth album, Fear Inoculum, in 2019. The band also recently went to San Diego, south of their home in Los Angeles, for their concert at Viejas Arena.

Tool recently resumed their tours. It was recently noted that Tool fans were not delighted to listen to the band live in concert at the Ball Arena in Denver, CO on January 27. But it wasn’t their fault. It turns out poor sound quality annoyed the fans in attendance.