Keeping You Safe During COVID-19

We are doing everything we can for the safety of our patrons, staff, and volunteers. Our phased approach started with a new outdoor concert series out on Chestnut Street and now that our brand new HVAC system has been installed, we are open inside the Historic Theater to limited audiences!

What We’re Doing to Keep You and Our Staff Safe:

  • We are following guidance issued by the Governor’s task force and CDC, as well as adding other safety measures.
  • Staff and volunteers will be wearing masks and have been trained on the proper measures for use of PPE. 
  • We’ve upgraded our systems and HVAC to increase safety, and are changing filters more often and increasing the circulation rates on a 24-hour cycle. 
  • We created order-ahead, contactless concessions! You can order your snacks and beverages before the show.
  • We’re asking parties to leave 6 feet of space in all directions in between other parties, and we will be capping our indoor audiences.

What We’re Asking You to Do When You Visit:

  • If you are feeling sick, have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, loss of smell or taste, muscle aches, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, chills, headache, gastrointestinal issues), or if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive to COVID-19, please stay home!
  • We’re asking you to protect yourself, our staff, and our community by wearing a mask in all communal areas. You may remove your mask while sitting in your seat, but please wear your mask while entering, exiting, and if you visit concessions or the restrooms.

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The Music Hall Needs Your Help

Thank you to all of you who have continued to support us through this time. The arts face an existential crisis. We were among the first to close and we’ll be the last to open fully. If you are able, please consider a financial gift. You could become a member, renew, or upgrade your membership. We know that it is a very uncertain time for many people, so if a financial gift isn’t in your budget, we understand; you can help us by just spreading the word. The arts are more than just nice to have—saving the arts and cultural organizations means saving downtowns and cities, as well as 12 million jobs nationwide. 

To donate, or for more information on membership: