2021-22 Covid Guidelines

Please review the following guidelines. As guidelines change, we will update this page to reflect them.

DO I NEED TO BE FULLY VACCINATED?

For all ASO live performances through April 30, 2022, attending guests, staff, and performers must show proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the event (or a negative Covid-19 antigen test taken on the day of the event). Proof must come directly from the healthcare provider that performed the vaccination or test.

Guests can display their vaccination cards or test results on a smartphone or present a physical copy, along with their ticket.

Thank you in advance for your understanding that we will not admit guests without proof of vaccination or a recent negative test. We recommend keeping a picture of your vaccination card on a smartphone you regularly carry, if possible, to avoid the disappointment of not having your card with you at concert time.

WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Doors typically open one hour before concert time. Please plan to arrive no later than 30 minutes before the concert will begin, to provide ample time for this season’s entry process.

WHAT IS YOUR MASK POLICY?

Currently, masks are required to be worn by all guests at all times, while indoors. We ask for your help in honoring our venue hosts’ policies.

IS YOUR THEATER SEATING SOCIALLY DISTANT?

While not “tight” at Thayer’s Center for the Arts, seating is not socially distant. We may limit seating at our church venues in order to allow for distancing between groups.

WILL YOUR HOSPITALITY BAR BE AVAILABLE?

Our hospitality bar is temporarily closed due to masking requirements. If the requirements change, we look forward to reopening the bar. Meanwhile, if the weather allows this spring, we hope to locate our hospitality outside for Pops!

WHAT ABOUT INTERMISSIONS?

Symphonic concerts at Thayer’s Center for the Arts will include a brief “stretch break” rather than our standard intermission, this season. Our solo and chamber concerts may follow suit, or be planned without intermissions, depending on the musical program.

WHAT ABOUT CANCELLATIONS, CREDITS AND REFUNDS?

We don’t anticipate canceling performances this season but if it becomes necessary, 2021/22 ticket holders will have the option of a refund or credit towards a future performance. Ticket holders with credit from the “covid canceled” 2020 performances may apply it towards individual concert tickets or subscriptions. Please call us at 781-331-3600 for a coupon code or to have us take care of it for you. (As usual, Joyful Noise! is not available for credit ticketing, except for ticket holders to a canceled Joyful Noise! event.) You can read our ticketing policies here.

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