Covid-19 has impacted the sports tourism industry greatly...
...but we at Pure Michigan Sports are eager to open and be together again. Play Safe in Michigan is a campaign updating our partners where our state stands currently amidst the pandemic.
Starting June 1, 2021 the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MHDDS) there will be no more outdoor capacity limits at sporting events and indoor capacities increase to 50%.
Currently we still have mandated weekly testing for athletes ages 13-19 to compete while wearing masks or athletes (regardless of age) test three times a week if competing without wearing masks. This is in effect until May 24, 2021.
Starting July 1, 2021 all broad restrictions will be lifted
As of May 15, 2021 masks are not required if you're fully vaccinated, however private businesses may still require them as you enter.
June 1, 21021 restaurants and bars will no longer have an 11pm curfew.
Additional questions can be directed to our members found on the 'Our Partners' page above.
Michigan has a wide variety of destinations from which to select for your next event. Check out the map below or browse venues by region.
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