SANTA CLAUS and Mother Teresa can attend the darts this month when crowds are allowed back.
For the first time in the UK since before Christmas, the PDC can have up to 1,000 fans for the final block of the Unibet Premier League in Milton Keynes.
Fancy dress is permitted – within standard PDC guidelines – but everyone must wear an acceptable mouth and nose covering while walking around the Marshall Arena.
Tickets costing between £30-45 will go on sale next week for May 24-28 with the final night being the Playoffs where £250,000 is on the table for the winner.
This is all part of Step 3 of the UK Government's roadmap out of lockdown , which is post-May 17.
The PDC said: "We're delighted that we'll be able to welcome back crowds.
"It feels like such a long time since we last had a live crowd in December at the start of the World Championship.
"But we've continued to work with the relevant authorities regarding the safe return of fans to PDC tournaments at the appropriate time."
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