We take the health and safety of our patrons and our performers very seriously. Early this year, we convened a Re-entry Committee, which includes an advising physician. As we've made our way back to live rehearsals and in-person concerts, this committee has evaluated the current data and the options required to keep our members and patrons as safe as possible. We are also closely following the protocols established by significant performing arts organizations in Broward County.
TICKETHOLDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR EDUCATING EVERYONE IN THEIR PARTY ABOUT OUR ADMISSION POLICIES.
POLICIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
We are continuing to monitor the status of the pandemic. We will update this web page and email our ticket holders with any changes to our audience policies.
PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO REVIEW ALL OF OUR CURRENT POLICIES.
All audience members 12 years and older will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR or Antigen test conducted by a lab within 72 hours before the performance. Proof may be hard copy or digital. We do not collect or retain this information.
WHAT IF I AM VACCINATED? Those who are fully vaccinated may voluntarily show proof of vaccination instead of a negative test. In general, people are considered fully vaccinated:
- Two weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
- Two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
If you don’t meet these requirements, regardless of your age, you are NOT fully vaccinated. You will be asked to show an ID that matches your test results.
Audience members two years of age and older are required to wear masks at all times when attending a GMCSF concert.
Masks must be warn properly, covering your nose, mouth, and chin. We are unable to accept scarves, bandanas, gaiters, or masks that have mesh or air flow features in them.
Please note that we are seating audiences with NO SOCIAL DISTANCING. This practice is consistent with other live performance experiences in this region.
100% of our Chorus members have voluntarily shown proof of vaccinations. Additionally, all artists on the stage have shown evidence of a negative COVID-19 test or have voluntarily opted to show us proof of immunization.
NOTHING IS 100%
While we are taking every step possible to keep patrons and performers safe, we believe it is essential for our patrons to know that there is no 100% protection against the threat of COVID-19. The practices we are implementing are consistent with local guidelines established to provide the safest possible experience for audiences attending live performances. Please consult your physician to discuss your safety and the best choices for you. Participation at GMCSF concerts is at your own risk. To ensure the safest possible experience, those who do not follow our admission policies may be required to leave the event without a refund.