Mingle Mask Makes It Safe to Mingle at Concerts and Festivals

Stadium shows, concert tours, music festivals and outdoor events may be back, but all have potential to become superspreaders for the Covid-19 Delta variant.

While different cities, states and venues have varying mask requirements, it’s challenging to shout to your friends in a loud crowd or scream the music lyrics under a cloth mask. And in today’s environment, where we even see the fully vaccinated concertgoers mask-up, the areas are crowded, allowing very little social distancing.

However, traditional cloth masks can be uncomfortable, make breathing difficult and causes sweat, which can irritate skin conditions like acne. So, how can our favorite rock and rollers protect themselves jamming and dancing to their favorite artists?

Mingle Mask is the world’s first invisible face mask that features an innovative chin guard that comfortably rests against the face, keeping the face cooler on hot summer days.

The one-size-fits-all face mask is the ideal transitional mask for concertgoers who still want protection but don’t require a medical-grade mask. The new eco-friendly mask also allows attendees and concert and festival staff to show their smiles, facial expressions and emotions throughout the day.

Mingle Mask also offers a transparent plastic barrier that stops the wearer from spreading droplets to other guests. Each mask is lightweight, includes comfortable ear hook holders designed for long-term wear and is easy to clean and sanitize in-between uses. The mask covers the face and nose, making it easy to breathe and talk without sacrificing safety.

The highly breathable masks use Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved reusable and recyclable materials.

Mingle Mask is also perfect for music fans who want to reduce health concerns such as exposure to pollution, flu and new COVID variants.

The new masks also solve the problem for event organizers that are not ready to eliminate the mask mandate for fear of exposing their attendees and workforces, such as artists, technicians, agents, promoters, customer service staff and production teams.

Mingle Mask is available in a 10-pack for an SRP of $14.99, 25-pack for an SRP of $33.99 or 50-pack for an SRP of $54.99 at https://theminglemask.com. There is also a limited-edition six-pack with colored adjustable strings for an SRP of $12.99. To meet the needs of the music industry and entertainment companies throughout North America, Mingle Mask offers a bulk purchase program through their sales team at [email protected].

Are you ready to mingle with Mingle Mask at your next concert?

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