Concert Health & Safety Protocols
Our safety protocols are subject to change based on COVID-19 community levels and/or as federal, state and city recommendations evolve. Any changes to our safety protocols will be posted on this page and ticket holders alerted via their concert reminder email.
Updated August 29, 2022
Masks welcome but not required
Individuals may wear masks at any time, in any location as a matter of personal protection. We will continue to respect and honor the choices of all individuals who feel more comfortable wearing a mask, are immunocompromised, or who are taking additional steps to protect their families or others.
Vaccination and booster encouraged but not required
While COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters are highly recommended for individuals attending performing arts experiences, we do not verify vaccination status (nor require a negative COVID-19 test for those unvaccinated) to enter Orchestra Hall.
Orchestra Hall currently meets or exceeds all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-recommended ventilation standards. Orchestra Hall’s HVAC is equipped with MERV 14 air filters which are rated for 20-1.0 micron filtration.
Not feeling well? Please stay home. Your tickets are exchangeable (some fees may apply). Manage your tickets online or contact Ticket Services for assistance. An Emergency Medical Technician will be on site should you need assistance at a concert.
The Minnesota Orchestra Pledge
We pledge to maintain the highest standards of safety and health at Orchestra Hall, for all of our guests, musicians, staff and volunteers. We pledge to research, curate and implement the most effective sanitation and physical distancing measures available for everyone at Orchestra Hall. Finally, we pledge to present clear, consistent and timely operating guidelines and procedures in a way that promotes efficient communication.
Despite the implementation of our safety protocols, inherent risk of exposure to infectious disease still exists. By attending a concert or event at Orchestra Hall, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure of infectious disease.