A priority for us this season is the health and safety of our artists and audience.
Updated August 31, 2021
As we all know Covid information and numbers change rapidly, therefor we will update this page as we get additional information. To make concerts save for all we are doing the following:
A condition of attending a concert this season is full vaccination against Covid-19. When purchasing a ticket you will be asked to check that you are fully vaccinated. Please bring proof of vaccination to the concerts.
To keep our audiences safe, we are limiting the number of ticket we sell. At the moment we are keeping the Brookline concerts to a maximum of 125 (out of a possible 225 seats) and our Salem concerts to 80 (out of a possible 120 seats). This in addition to high ceilings should allow people to spread out and couples to sit together.
We will follow state and local guidelines for indoor masking as we progress through the season. We may require masks depending upon Covid numbers in November and will update this policy concert by concert as needed.
Gathering in groups
We will offer hand sanitizer at the door. A huge priority for us is to protect our all-volunteer board who helps greet people at the door. We ask that you move quickly into the halls once you have your tickets to keep the number of people at the desk to a minimum.
In addition, we will not serve intermission refreshments for this season to limit group interaction.
If you don’t feel well
Please stay home if you feel unwell and get tested to protect yourselves and your family.