COVID Testing + Vaccination Information for Washoe County

Holland Project’s current COVID policy for attendees and ticketholders is indoor masks are required at all times. Some touring artists may request proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or negative test results for all attendees at their shows and Holland will honor this request. This policy will be visible on the event page at the time of purchase. If you’re not sure if you are holding tickets for an event with a vaccination/testing requirement, please find your event on our Calendar and review the full description.


There are several options for getting tested for COVID-19 for free including with Washoe County and drug stores like Walgreens and CVS. Holland Project will not be accepting results from home tests for bands/performers or attendees.

We recommend testing at the county because they have more tests and more scheduling options! For testing with the County, please visit We highly recommend using a laptop or desktop computer for this process and not a mobile phone!

How it works: Visit the website and click the Schedule a Covid-19 Test button. You’ll be taken to a new page with a survey. Follow the instructions to fill it out. You’ll be asked for some personal info and whether or not you are having any covid symptoms. After you fill out the survey, you’ll receive two emails with more steps. The first email will take you to create your patient profile on the covid website if you don’t already have one. After you make your profile, go back to your email and open the second email you received. The link in this email will take you to log into your patient profile. This is where you schedule your test. Log in and click the drop-down menu titled “Record Info” and click on testing. Hit the schedule test button and choose a date and time that works for you. On the day of your appointment, you will drive to the testing site. It’s located at the Livestock Event Center at 1350 North Wells. Follow the signs for Covid testing. You will be greeted by a member of the national guard who will ask for your name and guide you to the testing booth. A medic will approach your car and give you a few tissues to blow your nose. Then they will swab both of your nostrils for a total of 30 seconds. You will receive your results by email.


Getting vaccinated is also free and there are several options including with the County and drug stores, pharmacies inside grocery stores, and community pop-ups!

For vaccines through Washoe County, please visit Click “Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Now” and you will be sent to the Vax 4 NV website. Follow the steps for scheduling your first dose! For more information, you can also follow @covid19Washoe @WashoeHealth @nvhealthrespon1.

Immunize Nevada has a vaccine locator for finding pharmacies and drugstores that offer the vaccine near your zip code: If you’d prefer to speak with a person to find the perfect spot to get vaccinated, call 1.800.401.0946, between 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, seven days a week. For pop-ups and more info, you can also follow @immunizenv on Twitter.